ESMO – DGHO: Collaboration to Reduce Barriers for Medical Oncologists in Europe
ESMO and the German Society for Haematology and Medical Oncology (DGHO) signed a joint membership agreement in 2012. The aim of the partnership is to promote scientific activities and policy initiatives on both the national and international level.
This agreement is a means to also cooperate on identifying ways to reduce the barriers to medical oncologists in Europe through the development of standardised training programmes and recognition of medical qualifications across Europe.
ESMO – DGHO Joint Membership Offer
Since August 2012, members of the DGHO benefit from a simplified membership application process to join ESMO, avoiding the need for a Sponsor (i.e. details of an ESMO member who supports your application) or the need to provide an up to date Curriculum Vitae in English.
Additionally, all DGHO members eligible for ESMO membership at the €175 fee, will benefit from a reduced annual ESMO membership fee of €130 – saving €45.
If you are a member of the DGHO and eligible to receive this discount, please contact ESMO Membership Services who will update your profile in order for you to benefit from the discounted fee at your next renewal.
New ESMO member?
Applicants should follow the normal ESMO membership procedure, on reaching the section asking for membership to another professional oncology society, DGHO members should indicate that they are a member of the DGHO by checking the appropriate box.
Applicants eligible for ESMO membership at the €175 fee will be proposed the reciprocal membership fee of €130 per annum.
Useful information about joining ESMO
Visit the DGHO website for more details and to apply for membership.
NOTE: Membership Applications must be made to each respective society satisfying membership requirements according to the society statutes. Membership fees are paid separately to the respective secretariats of ESMO and DGHO.