Membership Categories

Membership Criteria

1. Ordinary Members

 

  1. Medical  Laboratory Science graduates who have been engaged in the laboratory practice of haematology and Blood Transfusion Science from internship  period upwards.
  2. Graduates in related discipline or some other faculty recognized for the purpose by the Council of the Society who have maintained a commitment over at least three years in research relevant to haematology; such a commitment may be judged by completion of a higher qualification recognized by Council or by a substantial scientific contribution based on presentation of papers at scientific meetings or publications in scientific journals.

3.The application must be accompanied by a 2 page CV outlining the applicant’s contribution to Laboratory         Haematology by the Proposer and Seconder.

  1. Associate Members

Individuals who are not eligible for ordinary membership but have made a significant contribution to the discipline of Laboratory haematology and Blood Transfusion. Associate members will receive all correspondence from the Society and will be eligible for travel grants but there will be no voting rights.

  1. Trainee (Student) Members

Haematology Scientists in training in haematology and Blood Transfusion Science. Trainee membership is available until completion of the training period. Once qualified, If you wish to continue your membership, you will need to apply for ordinary membership and proceed as a new member.

Trainee members will receive all correspondence from the Society and will be eligible for travel grants but there will be no voting rights.

  1. FELLOW MEMBERS: Members who have distinguished themselves and fulfill the conditions as laid down by the HBTSSN Council