Eligibility

Membership of the British Pain Society is organised into six groups, subject to the terms and conditions of The British Pain Society Memorandum and Articles of Association and Regulations of the Society:


Ordinary Members
Scientists, medical practitioners or other healthcare professionals (whether in training or fully qualified) interested in the objectives of the Society shall be eligible to be admitted as an Ordinary Member of the Society.

Applicants for Ordinary Membership should complete the online application form, which includes details of professional qualifications and current employment, in you will need to submit a CV  which includes two referees that we can contact.

 

Contributing Members
Contributing Members shall be admitted by the Council of the Society in accordance with the Regulations. Contributing Members will be persons who are interested in furthering the objectives of the Society and who will normally be organisations, including charitable or business organisations. Contributing Members of the Society shall not be entitled to vote at General Meetings of the Society, or vote or  stand in elections for the Society’s Council or Executive positions.

Applicants for Contributing Membership should complete the online application form, which includes details of professional qualifications and current employment, in you will need to submit a CV  which includes two referees that we can contact.

 

Associate Members
Associate Members shall be admitted by the Council of the Society in accordance with the Regulations. Associate Members will be individuals who have an interest in the objectives of the Society but who are not eligible for admission as Ordinary Members of the Society. Associate Members of the Society shall not be entitled to vote at General Meetings of the Society, or vote or stand in elections for the Society’s Council or Executive positions.

Applicants for Associate Membership should complete the online application form, which includes details of professional qualifications and current employment, in you will need to submit a CV  which includes two referees that we can contact.

 

International Members
International Members shall include anyone resident outside Great Britain and Northern Ireland.International Members shall not be entitled to vote at General Meetings of the Society.

Applicants for International Membership should complete the online application form, which includes details of professional qualifications and current employment, in you will need to submit a CV  which includes two referees that we can contact

 

Retired Members
Ordinary Members who have retired from active practice and who wish to continue their association with the Society, may request, in writing, transfer to Retired Member status.

 

Honorary Members
Honorary Members shall be elected by the Council. Persons elected to Honorary Membership will have made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of the objectives of the Society.