There is a differential annual membership fee dependent on your membership category as outlined below.
Individuals who do not have any of the professional backgrounds listed below or who do not work in a treatment centre or academic institute should join this category. This might include lawyers, members of the pharmaceutical industry, parliamentarians or civil servants for example.
All registered medical professionals should join this category if they are wholly or partly working as a clinician in Reproductive Medicine. This would include clinicians studying for an MD or PhD as part of their daily work.
Professionals can join this category if they are wholly or partly working as a counsellors, psychologists or sociologists in Reproductive Medicine.
Anyone working wholly in a managerial role within a centre should join this category regardless of his or her professional background. This could include Business Managers or Quality Managers.
All State Registered Nurses working wholly or partly within a clinic should join this category. This category could also include nurses working in an academic setting undertaking teaching or research roles.
Healthcare Professionals who do not belong to any of the other categories listed and performing a function within a treatment centre should join this category. This may include for example, acupuncturists, ultrasonographers, phlebotomists, pharmacists and support workers.
All individuals who are now retired and unwaged should join this category regardless of their prior professional background.
This category may include Andrologists or Embryologists working in a treatment centre in addition to researchers working in an academic setting.
Individuals who are studying full time for an academic qualification for which they are in receipt of a grant or bursary should join this category. This does not include those studying part-time whilst working in another role (e.g. MD students). Applicants for this category of membership should include written proof of their student status.