This year, the RCPCH Executive Committee has decided to increase fees by 1%, a small inflationary rise which will help to support delivery of our ambitious new three-year strategy.
From 1 January 2022, the College is offering online access to our academic journal, Archives of Disease in Childhood, to all members within the fees detailed below.
Those members who would like to receive print copies of the journal will pay £35 per year on top of their basic subscription fee. If you’d like to subscribe to print copies, complete our short online form as soon as possible and by Thursday, 2 December.
You can find out more about the changes and why we’re introducing them now in a blog from our Treasurer, Dr Liz Marder.
2022 subscription fees
|Membership type||UK rate||EU/North America rate||Rest of world- high/upper middle income countries||Rest of world - low-lower middle income countries|
|Ordinary member (in training)*||£352||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Senior Fellow /
Additional information about subscription fees
- Fees for UK Fellows, Ordinary and Associate members include two levies to support the College's international work in low resource settings, which are as follows: Visiting Fellow levy (£5) and Overseas levy (4% of membership fee)
- Memberships for Honorary Fellows, UK foundation doctors and medical students remain free
- As of 1 January 2022, online access to Archives of Disease in Childhood is included as a membership benefit for all members, with the option to subscribe to print copies for an additional £35 per year
- *. a. b. *Trainees and members who require access to ePortfolio pay a training fee on top of their membership subscription. See www.rcpch.ac.uk/resources/training-guide#rcpch-training-fees