Trainee and student membership

Trainee Membership

Trainee membership is £40 per annum.

Members who have recently become consultants will be eligible for our "conversion plan" rate. This is just £100 for the first three years, after which the membership rate will be Plan 1 (£180) per annum.

We welcome the following trainees:

  • Radiology and oncology trainees: medical graduates undertaking a five-year training course towards FRCR in clinical radiology or clinical oncology.
  • Medical physicists: MSc students or graduates undertaking the IPEM Part 1 or Part 2 training, PhD students or MSc graduates within their first year as a clinical scientist/engineer.Applicants must be residing in the UK and enrolled on a UK-based training scheme.
  • MSc, PhD or DProf students within the first year of graduation of a postgraduate programme.
  • Junior doctors in their foundation years (FY1, FY2).  

 

Student Membership

Membership is FREE for all full-time undergraduate students. We have also introduced a conversion plan for students who will be changing from student to BIR Membership Plan 2 (£70). This conversion plan subscription fee is just £35 for the first two years.

We welcome the following full-time students:

  • Medical undergraduate students with an interest in medical imaging. 
  • Radiography undergraduates: undertaking either a three-year BSc or are within their first two years as a radiographer or practitioner, and those undertaking a two-year foundation degree or are within their first three years as an assistant practitioner.MSc, PhD or DProf students within the first year of graduation from a postgraduate programme.

Please note we may request evidence that you are enrolled on one of the above training courses, and as part of your application you will need to provide a name and email of a course supervisor or referee.

 

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Why Dr Joshua Shur joined the BIR
Why Dr Joshua Shur joined the BIR

"The BIR is the oldest radiological society in the world, and as a multidisciplinary organisation it is really interesting to meet other professionals involved in radiology.

I was really impressed with the YPAT SIG and I have now started to get involved with the group more actively."

Dr Joshua Shur, Trainee, St George's Hospital, Tooting, London

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