What are the greatest benefits of being an ISBT member?
Member Groups & Communities
Have the chance to apply to join a working party or the young professionals council and more.
Society's decision making
Become eligible to nominate and vote for ISBT's board of directors every 2 years. With experience, apply to join the ISBT committees and Board.
Career Development & Networking
Be a part of the ISBT global community, share your experience and connect with colleagues and leaders in the field.
Free access to ISBT Education
ISBT supports you throughout your career with educational programmes, scholarships and CME accredited activities. Get free access to ISBT Education and watch past congress webcasts, webinars, presentations, the live journal club and more.
Attend Webinars and Live Journal Clubs
Join our monthly sessions with experts in transfusion medicine; have your questions answered during and after the session discussion
Congresses and events
Benefit from a discount on registrations for ISBT Congresses - Regional, International and Virtual.
Keep track of your CPD
Earn CME and CPD credits by attending live webinars, live journal clubs, congresses, workshops or watching course recordings on your own schedule. Use your ISBT CPD record to organise and evidence all of your CPD - available to members only.
Access your membership via the ISBT App
The ISBT App provides members an instant access to our publications, webinar registrations, working parties and young professionals groups, details of upcoming congresses, updates on different activities and much more.
“Being an ISBT member has been extremely helpful to me, both for my research and in my clinical work. I’ve especially appreciated the emphasis on promoting researchers who, like myself, are in the early stages of their careers.”
"Membership of the ISBT has been an immeasurable and rewarding experience that has helped me grow professionally"
“At ISBT Congresses I've learnt a lot from discussions, exchanging experiences and the good advice and suggestions from others, which I could implement at my institution’s blood bank.”