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Membership Details

Types of Membership

Three types of memberships are available

  1. Institutional/corporate (Annual fee $350): Any organization or institution (e.g. university, faculty, department, research centre, corporation and association) that has an interest in rural and remote health research. An Insitutional/corporate member may appoint one representative to act on its behalf with all the rights and privileges of an individual member.
  2. Individual (Annual fee $75): Any person who has an interest in rural and remote health research.
  3. Student (Annual fee $30): Any full or part-time student who has an interest in rural and remote health research. Evidence of student status required.

Membership year is October 1 - September 30.
Fees are due in October each year.

Benefits of Membership

Benefits of Institutional/Corporate Membership:

  1. Conference fee discount for three persons 
  2. Opportunities to network with other rural and remote health researchers and community partners
  3. One vote at the Annual General Meeting
  4. Regular communications about Society business
  5. Communications about upcoming rural and remote health research and funding opportunities
  6. Opportunities to contribute to the development of rural and remote health research in Canada

Benefits of Individual Membership:

  1. Conference fee discount
  2. Opportunities to network with other rural and remote health researchers and community partners
  3. One vote at the Annual General Meeting
  4. Regular communications about Society business
  5. Communications about upcoming rural and remote health research and funding opportunities
  6. Opportunities to contribute to the development of rural and remote health research in Canada

Benefits of Student Membership

  1. Special student conference fee rate
  2. Opportunities to network with other students, rural and remote health researchers and community partners
  3. One vote at the Annual General Meeting
  4. Regular communications about Society business
  5. Communications about upcoming rural and remote health research and funding opportunities
  6. Opportunities to contribute to the development of rural and remote health research in Canada



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