Membership at the British Orthopaedic Association comes in many different categories to suit all stages of your career. At our 2012 Annual General Meeting it was decided to add a Congress Supplement to the subscription, that will allow our members to register for the Annual Congress for free* during the 'early bird' registration period.
*Terms and Conditions apply
From 1st July 2020 membership fees are now free for BOA members during Maternity, Paternity, Adoption or Shared Parental Leave. For more information and to apply email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|SAS Surgeon – Year 5-10||£179.00|
|SAS Surgeon – Year 11-15||£252.00|
|SAS Surgeon – Year 16+||£351.00|
|Post CCT Member||£405.00|
|Senior Fellow with BJJ||£175.28|
|Affiliate with BJJ||£180.28|
Medical Student / FY / Home Associate
|Medical Students / Foundation Year||£16.00||N/A|
|Home Associate ST1-ST2 / CT1-CT2||£174.00||£111.00|
|Home Associate ST3-ST4 / LAT||£190.00||£118.00|
|Home Associate ST5-ST6||£229.00||£138.00|
|Home Associate ST7-ST8||£268.00||£158.00|
*We consider part-time hours to be three days or less during a working week.
Subscription runs from January to December. Renewals are issued in October/November and are payable on demand. Failure to make a payment by the end of January will result in benefits being suspended. Failure to pay within 3 months will result in automatic revoking of membership and a returning fee will be applicable. Members need to inform us of any changes in their membership grade. Please notify us by emailing email@example.com
Direct Debit is the preferred option, overseas members may pay by bank transfer, Cheque, Visa or MasterCard.
Refunds are not payable on any part of your subscription except in exceptional circumstances.
Receipts are available and issued either in the post or by email.
As a professional body registered by HM Revenue & Customs, if you pay your membership subscription from your earnings and live in the UK, you can currently claim tax relief, which reduces the real costs of your membership; please speak to your financial advisor to clarify.