ISPO Membership Types
The Society membership shall consist of Active, Associate, Junior, Life and Honorary members. Election to membership will be in accordance with provisions specified in Articles of the Constitution and By-Laws.
All applicants shall be sponsored by two (2) Members of the Society, or two (2) individuals acceptable to the Society. Letters of recommendation may accompany the application or be sent separately to the Secretary-Treasurer. The initiation fee must be sent with the application and will be considered as the annual dues for the first calendar year.
Active membership is limited to physicians and other professionals at the doctoral level or individuals with professional equivalence who have been actively engaged in preventive oncology.
Active members shall pay full dues, have the right to vote, and be eligible for election to office in the Society.
Associate members will include those individuals who, by reason of unusual proficiency and scientific attainment and without a doctoral degree or its equivalent, are considered properly qualified for Associate membership.
Associate members shall enjoy all the privileges of membership except that they shall not be eligible to hold elective office and shall not be entitled to vote.
Physicians and scientists in training are eligible for Junior membership.
Junior members will enjoy all the privileges of membership except that they shall not be eligible to hold elective office and shall not be entitled to vote.
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