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The SOHO V&S Project has recently published their “GUIDELINES FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS ON VIGILANCE AND SURVEILLANCE OF HUMAN TISSUES AND CELLS” and a copy of these guidelines can be downloaded directly from the “Downloads” area on the EEBA Website (click here for access)...
Membership subscriptions/renewals for the current membership year, period 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2014, are now being accepted...
We are pleased to invite you to the XXVI Annual Meeting of the European Eye Bank Association which will take place the 24th and the 25th of January 2014, in Switzerland.
Our scientific community will be hosted in Lausanne, the Olympic and sustainable city, place of culture and, especially, of training.
In this section you will find an overview about EEBA Eye Banks and information about applicable organ/tissue donation Legislation and Quality Assurance matters in the countries associated with the EEBA.
At the VII Annual EEBA Meeting in Budapest a design contest was held to create a logo for EEBA as part of an initiative arranged by the local organizer Suzanna Boytha. However, according to the opinion of the logo committee none of the submissions could be compared to the logo that had been used by the local organizer Carles....
Every third year there is a change in the Presidency and Vice-Presidency of EEBA: the Vice-President who was elected three years ago becomes the new President for the next three years, and a new Vice-President elected. In this regard, I would like to congratulate and warmly welcome John Armitage (Bristol) as our new Vice-President having been elected by the membership in the recent election. As many of you know, John was one of EEBA’s founding members in 1989. Since those early days John has worked hard to continuously improve the quality and safety of European eye banking and influence national and European regulators.