Janssen proudly collaborates with the following Medical Societies & Scientific Organisations.
The European School of Haematology (ESH) is a not-for-profit institution for the dissemination of information and lifelong learning founded in 1985 to promote and facilitate access to state-of-the-art and cutting-edge knowledge in haematology and related disciplines at the European level.
European Myeloma Network (EMN) represents the major European, international association in multiple myeloma and related conditions where various countries are represented. It is a wide platform that can be used by European investigators to start new trials and collaborative initiatives.
The International Academy for Clinical Hematology (IACH) is founded by an international group of physicians whose focus is to promote good clinical practice in the field of clinical hematology. The IACH aims to create a comprehensive intellectual and operational environment for acquisition of knowledge, skills, clinical judgement, and attitudes essential for the practice of clinical hematology. It is responsible for very successful meetings such as World Congresses on Controversies in Multiple Myeloma (COMy) with more than 5 editions in the past years.
The European Oncology Nursing Society (EONS) is a pan-European organization dedicated to the support and development of cancer nurses. They we engage in projects to help nurses develop their skills, network with each other and raise the profile of cancer nursing across Europe.
The Video Journal of Hematological Oncology (VJHemOnc) is a global, open-access video journal, dedicated to providing trusted and up-to-date medical information in order to improve the awareness and understanding of hematological cancers.
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The EADV and its Scientific Programming Committee with its Chair Martin Röcken have prepared an excellent programme that is sure to be memorable for all involved. This Congress offers to all a collegial, collaborative and congenial setting in which experts, participants and speakers alike can share their knowledge and learn from one another. Painstakingly designed, this year’s scientific programme has been built from the success of last year, employing varying levels of teaching that enable participants to optimise their session selections and best meet their professional needs.
UEG Week is the largest and most prestigious meeting of its kind in Europe, and many consider it to be the best digestive diseases meeting in the world.
It has been running since 1992 and now attracts more than 14,000 people from across the world. It features the latest advances in clinical management, the best research in GI and liver disease and includes several different kinds of symposia and fora, where cutting edge gastroenterology and hepatology is being discussed.
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The European Association of Urology (EAU) is dedicated to communicating scientific information, promoting interest in the history of urology, and providing education and the latest news in the field. Through educational grants, Janssen has helped drive projects such as the Uroweb initiative and UROONCO.
The APC Society is a non-profit organisation aiming to improve the treatment and care of men with advanced prostate cancer. Janssen continues to provide support for the Advanced Prostate Cancer Consensus Conference (APCCC), which was initiated to provide a forum to discuss and debate the clinical management of advanced prostate cancer.
The mission of the International Bladder Cancer Network (ICBN) is to improve the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of bladder cancer through the application of biological markers.
ICBN offers a platform and regular workshops to deepen the understanding of biomarker use and incorporation into translational medicine for bladder cancer. Janssen has provided unrestricted educational grants supporting IBCN programmes.
Janssen has worked closely with the non-profit organization International Society for the Study and Exchange of evidence from Clinical research And Medical experience (ISSECAM) to help support the BLADDR and PROSCA annual congresses.
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The World Scleroderma Foundation is dedicated to initiating and supporting research in scleroderma in all its aspects in all regions of the world. It is also committed to improving the quality of life for scleroderma sufferers and their families.
To facilitate patient oriented research both independently and in collaboration with other existing organisations and international societies working in this field.
The European Pediatric Pulmonary Vascular Disease Network e.V. is a non-profit organisation. The leadership board of the network consists of the founding members, i.e. medical doctors (pediatric cardiologists, intensivists, neonatologists), basic-translational scientists, a medical journalist and an attorney, with a broad range of expertise and experience.
ERS annual congress is a showcase of excellence across the entire field of respiratory medicine, and ERS is committed to supporting the respiratory community to connect, share the latest scientific data and access educational opportunities during these challenging times.
In the last decade, the six world congresses have contributed to the knowledge about scleroderma all over the world. Colleagues from different specialties, junior trainees, health professionals and patients have gathered together and they have profited by challenging programmes including clinical experience, interactive sessions and basic science. Along with the medical component of the congress, the patient program has grown with increasing attendance and extended lectures subjects.
Under the Auspices of World Scleroderma Foundation
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