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Join us and become an active EASL member, part of the most forward-thinking and dynamic hepatology community in the world.

In April 1966, EASL began as a small group of 70 hepatologists from 15 European countries who came together to share expertise in best medical practices.

Now with over 4,500 members from all over the world, EASL is an influential international organisation. It attracts the foremost hepatology experts as members and has an impressive track record in promoting research in liver disease, supporting wider education, and promoting changes in European liver policy. EASL gathers those interested in the liver from all over the world.

EASL membership  is valid for 12 months, from the day of your payment and includes:

In addition to the exclusive membership benefits, EASL also offers free scientific material available to the entire hepatology community. The aim being to share and spread scientific knowledge widely to tackle liver disease effectively.

EASL members and non-members benefit from the following ‘open to all’ materials and tools:

Membership categories:

Regular - as a Regular member, you reside in Europe or Israel.

How:

  • It is possible to become an EASL member and renew your EASL membership all year long
  • Register online or at an EASL booth present at many liver meetings
  • The EASL Governing Board oversees all applications
  • Within a month of your application, you will receive your EASL membership number
Become an EASL member

Corresponding member - as a Corresponding member, you reside in an non-European country.

How:

  • It is possible to become an EASL member and renew your EASL membership all year long
  • Register online or at an EASL booth present at many liver meetings
  • The EASL Governing Board oversees all applications
  • Within a month of your application, you will receive your EASL membership number
Become an EASL corresponding member

Trainees/YI - as a Trainee/Young Investigator (YI) member you will be requested to provide a proof of age and trainee status (e.g. copy of ID and letter from head of department or trainee status from your institution).

How:

  • It is possible to become an EASL member and renew your EASL membership all year long
  • Register online or at an EASL booth present at many liver meetings
  • The EASL Governing Board oversees all applications
  • Within a month of your application, you will receive your EASL membership number
Become an EASL Young Investigator member

Emeritus - as an Emeritus member:

  1. You would be requested to provide a proof of age (e.g. copy of ID)
  2. You should have been an EASL member for at least 10 years

How:

  • It is possible to become an EASL member and renew your EASL membership all year long
  • Register online or at an EASL booth present at many liver meetings
  • The EASL Governing Board oversees all applications
  • Within a month of your application, you will receive your EASL membership number
Become an EASL emeritus member

Nurses - as a Nurse member you will be requested to provide a proof of nurse status (e.g. copy of ID and letter from head of department or nurse status from institution).

How:

  • It is possible to become an EASL member and renew your EASL membership all year long
  • Register online or at an EASL booth present at many liver meetings
  • The EASL Governing Board oversees all applications
  • Within a month of your application, you will receive your EASL membership number
Became an EASL member as a nurse

Patients - as a patient no proof of status is required.

How:

  • It is possible to become an EASL member and renew your EASL membership all year long
  • Register online or at an EASL booth present at many liver meetings
  • The EASL Governing Board oversees all applications
  • Within a month of your application, you will receive your EASL membership number
Became an EASL member as a patient

Allied Health Professionals member - as an AHP member, you will be requested to provide a proof of status.

How:

  • It is possible to become an EASL member and renew your EASL membership all year long
  • Register online or at an EASL booth present at many liver meetings
  • The EASL Governing Board oversees all applications
  • Within a month of your application, you will receive your EASL membership number

Definition of AHPs:

Allied health encompasses a broad group of health professionals who use scientific principles and evidence-based practice for the diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of acute and chronic diseases; promote disease prevention and wellness for optimum health and apply administration and management skills to support health care systems in a variety of settings. (source)

The following professions (non-exhaustive list) can be included under the AHP category: (Dietitians, Physiotherapists, Pharmacists, Clinical Psychologists, Imaging Specialists, Orthoptists, Occupational Therapists, Paramedics, Study Coordinators, Laboratory Assistants, Physician’s Assistants on case management (clinic), Pathology Assistants, Assistants of geriatric care, Medical Social Workers, …)

Become an EASL corresponding member

Important notice

  1. Payment – To apply for EASL membership, please complete the online application form and pay your membership fee online (with a secure online payment system) or offline (by credit card, wire transfer).
  2. Period – Annual EASL membership is valid for 12 months, from the day of your payment.
  3. How:
    • It is possible to become an EASL member and renew your EASL membership all year long
    • Register online or at an EASL booth present at many liver meetings
    • The EASL Governing Board oversees all applications
    • Within a month of your application, you will receive your EASL membership number
  4. Journal – Members paying to receive the hard copy/printed version of the Journal of Hepatology will receive their issues two months after their renewal or after having received their membership number.
  5. Complimentary membership to members in maternity, paternity or adoption leave for one calendar year – Following the decision of the Governing Board in March 2018, all EASL members are entitled to a complimentary membership for a calendar year providing that they are on maternity, paternity or adoption leave. This action gives the opportunity to EASL members who are on leave for family reasons to stay up to date with the latest trends of hepatology, continue reading the Journal of Hepatology and follow EASL events online.
    • Members need to contact the EASL Office at membership@easloffice.eu Requests will be handled exclusively offline during the year
    • Proof is required and must be uploaded on the member profile
    • Complimentary membership does not lead to complimentary registration to ILC. Members are eligible for reduced fees
    • This offer cannot be extended to more than one calendar year

Thank you for supporting EASL and being an active member of the hepatology community.

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