British Division of the International Academy of Pathology

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Applicants for BMS affiliate membership: Do you have a masters degree? Give year it was attained.
Applicants for BMS affiliate membership: Are you training for a masters degree? Give the expected year of completion.
Applicants for BMS affiliate membership: Have you passed the IBMS Diploma of Expert Practice in Histological Dissection? If so, give the date.
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Thank you very much for your interest in membership of the British Division of the International Academy of Pathology.

Membership of the society is open to medical and veterinary practitioners actively engaged in Pathology who are permanently resident in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Belgium or The Netherlands.

The British Division organises at least two Scientific Meetings each year at which a selected topic is dealt with in some depth. The Division is, in the main, composed of practising Histopathologists and meetings are planned accordingly. A Slide Seminar is an integral part of most meetings. Membership fees vary according to the options of which journals are taken and are advertised on the Division's Website
(on the page containing the link to this one).

To become a member you require to be nominated and seconded by two members of the Division not in training (effective from 2014) and subsequently recommended by the Council for election. Members of the Council review applications every three months and you will be contacted following approval.

Members who are elected during the course of the year will have the choice of taking up their membership either immediately on receipt of appropriate payment or from 1 January of the following year. You may attend meetings after applying for membership and prior to election.

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The BDIAP will use the information you supply to manage your membership and to send you information about the BDIAP and information of relevance to the practice of pathology. We will not knowingly provide your contact details to any other organisation without your consent.