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Nurse & Allied Health Professional

This category is for members training to be or working as a nurse or allied healthcare professional.

Allied Healthcare professionals provide a range of diagnostic, technical, therapeutic and support services in connection with healthcare. There are 14 allied health professions as defined by the NHS: Art therapists, Drama therapists, Music therapists, Chiropodists/podiatrists, Dietitians, Occupational therapists, Operating Department Practitioners, Orthoptists, Osteopaths, Paramedics, Physiotherapists, Prosthetists and Orthotists, Radiographers and Speech and language therapists.

Career stage Definition Annual fee 3 year fee

Full

Benefits

Nurse or allied healthcare professional with more than 3 years experience post qualification £54 £130

Early Career

Benefits

Nurse or allied healthcare professional first 3 years experience post qualification £30 £71

Postgraduate

Benefits

For anyone studying a PhD or Masters in immunology, nursing, or related qualification £19 £46

Undergraduate

Benefits

For anyone studying for a first degree Free  

Senior (Retired)

Benefits

Full members who have been a member for a minimum of 15 years and who is retired from full time employment Free  

 

Discounted membership fees

If you wish to apply for any of the below, please reach out to us at membership@immunology.org and our friendly membership team will be more than happy to help. Please note, proof must be provided and will be reviewed on an annual basis.

Concessionary

Any member who is on a career break for at least six months and Full Members who earn less than £25,000 per annum can apply for a 60% discount on their membership fees. 

Low-income countries

Members in low-income countries can apply for free membership. This is available for members who are living and working in a country defined as a low-income economy by the World Bank

Refugee status and those seeking asylum 

Members with refugee status and those seeking asylum in the UK can apply for free membership. This is available for members who meet the UK Government definition of refugee in the Refugee Convention and have been issued with refugee status documentation, members in the UK under the Homes for Ukraine scheme for the duration of the scheme (currently 3 years) and members who have left their country of origin and formally applied for asylum in the UK but whose refugee application is being processed. You can find out more in our Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

 

 

 

  

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