The Haematology Society of Australia & New Zealand (HSANZ) aims to inform members of the most recent developments in haematology, and to advance knowledge and inspire continued professional development in this exciting discipline.
The Haematology Society of Australia and New Zealand (HSANZ) came into being in 1998 after the amalgamation of the Haematology Society of Australia and the New Zealand Society for Haematology.
The aims of HSANZ are to:
- Promote, foster, develop and assist the study and application of information concerning haematology in all its aspects.
- Promote improved standards, interest and research in all aspects of haematology.
- Encourage, stimulate and foster interest haematology amongst other interested persons including regional and international bodies.
- Provide opportunities for meeting others in related fields of interest and discussing matters of common interest.
- Encourage, assist and to arrange for scientist's practitioners and others to visit Australia in order to promote scientific communication in the field of haematology.
- Encourage, assist and arrange for scientist's practitioners and others to travel abroad and promote scientific communication in the field of haematology.
The Memorandum of HSANZ describes in detail the purposes or "objects" of the Society.