There are two types of membership within the Newborn Brain Society — General Members and Junior Members.
General Members are health care providers and members of the community interested in Neonatal Neurology. General Members have the right to vote in Newborn Brain Society elections, to hold office, and to secure fair consideration for governance appointments in the society. They are also invited to join all educational activities and have access to online resources.
A Junior Member is a person in a Training Program (e.g., medical or scientific training program). Junior members are invited to join all educational activities and have access to online resources. They do not vote, hold office, or pay dues. In order to continue as members of the Newborn Brain Society, Junior members will have their status changed automatically from Junior to General Membership one year after completing their training.
Benefits of Membership:
– Access to member-only online resources
– Receipt of membership newsletter
– Nomination to any of the standing committees
– Discounts on select scientific conferences
– Voting privileges (General Members Only)
Annual dues for general membership is $100 /year
Junior members can join for free
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