Types of Membership

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COSA membership is divided into ordinary (medical and non-medical), retiree, honorary and student. Members have the option of paying for one or two years and members of organisations affiliated or associated with COSA are eligible for a discount.

Each COSA membership is a financial year membership valid from the 1 July - 30 June

Ordinary Members

A person with a specific interest in oncology and with professional qualifications is eligible for admission as an ordinary member.

  • Medical Member

Medical members are qualified clinical practitioners or scientists with a specific interest in oncology. Medical members hold a postgraduate degree or fellowship from a recognised College or Society that is relevant to the vision and mission of COSA.

Fees: 1 year $205, 2 year $395

  • Non-medical Member

Non-medical members have a specific interest in oncology and a professional qualification relevant to COSA’s vision and mission.

Fees: 1 year $120, 2 year $225

Members of the following affiliate or associate organisations are eligible for a discounted membership rate: AGITG, ALLG, ALTG, ANZBCTG, ANZCHOG, ANZGOG, ANZHNCS, ANZMTG, ASSG, ANZUP, CNSA, COGNO, FROHGSAMOGA, Oncology MassageOSWA, OzMRSPaCCSC, PoCoG, PC4, RCPA, TROG

Affiliate/Associate Medical Member Fees: 1 year $170, 2 year $300

Affiliate/Associate Non-Medical Member Fees: 1 year $110, 2 year $205

Retiree Members

A person who has retired from their professional employment, who has held COSA membership for 10 years prior to retirement, and who has a continued personal interest in cancer care is eligible as a retiree member, subject to Board approval.

Fee: $55 per year

Honorary Members

A person who has made significant and sustained contributions to COSA or to cancer care in general is eligible for admission as an honorary member. This membership category is offered to past Presidents of COSA and nominees and must be approved be the COSA Board.

Fee: $0

Student Members

A person who is undertaking full time undergraduate or post-graduate studies with a stream of cancer care in an Australian Institution is eligible as a student member. Documented evidence of their status is required upon application annually and membership is subject to Board approval.

Fee: $0

Affiliated and Associated Organisations

Affiliated and associated organisations include not for profit companies, institutions or organisations that have a similar vision to COSA. A full list of current member organisations can be found here. If your organisation is interested in becoming an Affiliated or Associated member of COSA please contact cosa@cancer.org.au.

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Cobook

Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology

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