Membership types and fees

Membership types

Active membership
Radiologists engaged in practice or teaching within Europe or with a European nationality, who have a special competence in head and neck radiology and related research areas.

Corresponding membership
Radiologists engaged in practice, teaching or research and with a special competence in head and neck radiology and related research areas, residing outside Europe or with a non-European nationality.

Associate membership
Individuals with a  special interest in head and neck radiology and related non-medical professions, including radiographers, nurses and individual members of industry.

Junior membership
Residents training for specialisation in general radiology and/or sub-specialisation in head and heck radiology, until the age of 35 (incl. the age of 35) within Europe or with a European nationality. Residents must upload to MyUserArea a letter signed by their head of department, confirming their training status within five working days after the membership application. Only after receipt of the proof is the membership activated.

Corresponding junior membership
Residents training for specialisation in general radiology and/or sub-specialisation in head and heck radiology, until the age of 35 (incl. the age of 35) outside Europe or with a non-European nationality. Residents must upload to MyUserArea a letter signed by their head of department, confirming their training status within five working days after the membership application. Only after receipt of the proof is the membership activated.

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Fellow
Active members, who have made a significant contribution to head and neck radiology and related research areas and have acquired the Fellowship Certificate of the European Board of Head and Neck Radiology Diploma. Fellows are involved in daily practice, teaching or research in the field of head and neck radiology.

Corresponding fellow
Scientists and other professionals in the field of head and neck radiology and related research areas residing outside of Europe, who have acquired the Fellowship Certificate of the European Board of Head and Neck Radiology Diploma.

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Active member reduced
Members of BSHNI – British Society of Head and Neck Imaging can apply for a reduced fee. The BSHNI membership certificate must be uploaded to MyUserArea within five working days after the membership application. Only after receipt of the proof is the membership activated.

Junior member reduced
Members of BSHNI – British Society of Head and Neck Imaging, who are residents training for specialisation in general radiology and/or sub-specialisation in head and heck radiology, until the age of 35 (incl. the age of 35) can apply for a reduced fee. The BSHNI membership certificate as well as a letter signed by their head of department, confirming their training status must be uploaded to MyUserArea within five working days after the membership application. Only after receipt of the proofs is the membership activated.

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Membership fees

 Membership type
Early fee
until March 31
Late fee*
from April 1 onwards

Active member€ 75.00€ 90.00
Corresponding member€ 75.00€ 90.00
Associate member€ 75.00€ 90.00
Junior member€ 40.00€ 50.00
Corresponding junior member

€ 40.00

€ 50.00

Active member reduced (BSHNI member)
Junior member reduced (BSHNI member)
€ 30.00€ 30.00

*The late fee will be charged for payments received from April 1 onwards.