British Menopause Society
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Benefits of BMS Membership

  • Journal - Post Reproductive Health. Every issue of the definitive Journal on menopause-related matters, to keep up to date with important new developments, delivered quarterly
  • Management of the Menopause - Complimentary copy edited by Margaret Rees, John Stevenson, Sally Hope, Serge Rozenberg and Santiago Palacios
  • Discounted rates on BMS Menopause book series
  • Preferential registration rates at BMS Scientific and Annual meetings, regional educational events - for your Continuing Professional Development
  • Priority information on key issues and upcoming meetings
  • Website Full access rights to the dedicated member area of the BMS website providing:
    • Forum for menopause discussions, with expert input from BMS Council members
    • Library of information, such as consensus statements; management care pathways and more
    • Membership listing
    • Access to archive conference and seminar papers
  • Networking Opportunities to engage with like-minded members with an active interest in post-menopausal health
  • Access to regional Menopause groups
  • Eligibility to present research work at BMS Scientific meetings
  • Opportunity to host local seminar for educational outreach
  • Ability to influence BMS policies and practices through voting rights at the AGM
  • Representation at European and global level through BMS at key menopause events such as EMAS and IMS
  • Information on affiliated Societies: International Menopause Society; European Menopause & Andropause Society; North American Menopause Society; Indian Menopause Society, SAFOMS..
Annual Membership fees: (January to December)
 
UK Residents
Non-UK Residents
Trainee Health Professional1
£75
£95
Nurse
£80
£100
Doctor
£105
£125
GP Practice Membership2
£160
£180
Emeritus
£90
£110
Allied Health Professional3
£95
£115
Industry4
£125
£145

1. trainees are required to provide a letter from their Head of Department or College Tutor, confirming their trainee status
2. provides one copy of the Journal, up to three nominated contacts to receive information and up to three people eligible for discounted meeting places
3. pharmacist, occupational health, physiotherapist, dietician etc
4. includes medical professionals working as company doctors and nurse advisers in industry.

How to join the BMS

Join securely online here
or
download the membership form here.
(PDF file 630Kb)

 

 


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Women's Health Concern is the patient arm of the British Menopause Society
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Registered Charity Number: 279651
Company Registration Number: 1432023
Patron: Penny Junor
Registered Charity Number: 1015144
Company Registration Number: 2759439

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Last updated: 2 July 2014
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