Ordinary Membership is defined in the Constitution of the Society and is open to those who hold a tertiary qualification and are actively involved in the production or application of radionuclides in medicine or the biological sciences. Every applicant for Ordinary membership of the Society will be proposed by one and seconded by another member of the Society to both of whom the applicant will be known. Both the Proposer and Seconder must be financial Ordinary members.
A person may be an Associate Member if that person is ineligible to be an Ordinary member but is involved in Nuclear Medicine studies or research. No member will remain an Associate member for longer than the end of the current subscription year following the date on which he or she becomes eligible for Ordinary membership.
Associate Student Membership is available to nuclear medicine undergraduates, nuclear medicine post graduates in their first year of employment, nuclear medicine registrar physician trainees, physics trainees (enrolled in the ACPSEM TEAP program), and RPS trainees (enrolled in the ACPSEM TEAP program) students during their degree course and also to nuclear medicine medical trainees until they reach a consultancy position.
Previous members of the Society can qualify for Retired Membership when they are fully retired from employment (please contact firstname.lastname@example.org).
The ANZSNM Membership calendar year is from 1 January to 31 December
Read the ANZSNM Refund Policy here
$235.00 - Resident of Australia
$213.64 - Non Resident of Australia
$66.00 - Resident of Australia
$60.00 - Non Resident of Australia