Apply for membership
All applications for membership should be sent to the member services team, with the exception of Honorary Fellowships, which are dealt with via the Corporate Services Directorate. For further information see membership categories.
Deadlines for applications
- Medical Student Affiliates, Foundation Affiliates and Affiliate applications will normally be processed within a week of receipt
- Applications for Associate Membership, Junior Membership, Ordinary Membership and Fellowship for those registered on the GMC specialist register in paediatrics are considered monthly. The deadline for reciept of applications is the fourteenth of each month
- Applications for Fellowship for those not on the GMC Specialist Register in Paediatrics are considered three times a year via Membership Committee and Council. The next deadline for applications is 15 December 2013, for admission in April 2014
All applications for membership should include a completed application form and payment. Please read the(PDF, 26KB, 1 page) carefully before applying for membership to make sure that you return all the correct documentation.
Medical Student Affiliate
- (PDF, 237kb, 2 page) to be completed by all applicants
- Direct Debit Form (PDF, 121KB, 1 page) to be completed only by those who wish to receive Archives of Disease of Childhood, which costs £50 per year
Foundation Doctor Affiliate
- (PDF, 237kb, 2 pages) to be completed by all applicants
- Subscription is £50, or with Archives of Disease of Childhood £150
- to be completed by all applicants
- Subscription is £70, or £160 with Archives of Disease in Childhood
- Those who wish to use ASSET and ePortfolio should join by enrolling with the College
- All other applicants should complete a
- The subscription is £76, or £176 with Archives of Disease in Childhood
- All applicants should complete an 295kb, 5 pages)
- UK applicants should also complete the Direct Debit in the Application Pack. Applicants based overseas can pay with the Credit/Debit card form in the pack or send in a cheque or banker's draft
- The subscription is £200, or £300 with Archives of Disease in Childhood
- Those who have passed the MRCPH clinical examination will automatically be sent an application form (Form of Faith) with their results. If you have passed the exam but have misplaced your Form of Faith, please email Member Services
- Those who have passed MRCP(UK) part II in Paediatrics will need to complete an
- Applicants resident in the UK should also complete the Direct Debit in the Application Pack. Applicants based overseas can pay with the Credit/Debit card form in the pack, or send in a cheque or banker's draft
- The subscription is £392 for UK residents. There are concessionary rates available - £299 for those in the EU or North America, or £191 for those elsewhere overseas. Please note that applicants joining via Form of Faith, after having passed the MRCPCH Clinical examination, are not entitled to claim a concessionary rate during their first 12 months of Membership
- Associate Specialists and Senior Clinical Medical Officers resident in the UK or Republic of Ireland, who have not passed the MRCPCH or MRCP UK Part II examinations, should complete an
- The subscription is £392
Via registration on the GMC Specialist Register in Paediatrics or the IMC Specialist Register for Paediatrics
- Those on the GMC Specialist Register in Paediatrics, who are working in a substantive non-training post, need to complete a
- The subscription is the same as for Ordinary Membership (see above) for the first three years of being on the specialist register, then £478 for UK residents, £362 for those resident in the EU or North America, and £231 for those resident elsewhere overseas
- Those not on the GMC specialist register, who are working in a substantive non-training post and have achieved distinction, need to complete a
- The subscription is £478 for UK residents, £362 for those resident in the EU or North America, and £231 for those resident elsewhere overseas
Senior Fellowship/Senior Membership
- If you are an Ordinary Member, Fellow or Associate Member and have retired, you are eligible to become a Senior Member or Fellow. Please email or write to the Member Services team to let us know the date of your retirement and if you wish to receive Archives of Disease in Childhood. Please note that to eligible for Senior Membership/Fellowship you would need to have fully retired from all paid work
- The subscription for those who are retired is £55, or £155 with Archives
- If you are over 80 then you do not need to pay a subscription
- If you wish to nominate someone for Honorary Fellowship then please email Corporate Services
- Honorary Fellows do not pay a subscription and are admitted via Council once a year
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