Ordinary, Middle Income, Low Income, Nurses & Allied Health Care Professionals, Retired and Basic Scientist Members:
Published at least one endocrine-related paper in a peer-reviewed internationally ranked journal as leading author or co-author.
Be board-certified (or board-eligible) by the nation's accreditation body in one of the following areas: paediatric endocrinology, paediatric diabetology, endocrinology, diabetology or paediatrics.
Made a significant contribution to the teaching of paediatric endocrinology.
Other: Hold a doctorate degree and have interests, involvement and made contributions in the field of paediatric endocrinology.
Fellow in Training members: Be working towards a qualification in and have interests, involvement and made contributions in the field of paediatric endocrinology.
Trainee members must provide on application and then on an annual basis (due on 1 January each year with payment) a copy of a certificate or letter from their training institution confirming their training status. Failure to provide this documentation within 3 months of application when applying or with their membership payment when renewing will result in the transfer to an ordinary/middle/low income membership depending on your country of residence.