Benefits & Categories

Why become a member?

The Society is open to all healthcare professionals: doctors, nurses, counselors, students, etc.

 

The annual fee is 70 Euro tax included for 1 year.
The annual fee is 130 Euro tax included for 2 years.

Membership form

Membership runs from January to December.

By being a member of the ESC, you gain access to many benefits tailored to enhance your expertise and professional network:

  1. Receive six complimentary editions of the European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care with online access.
  2. Stay abreast of the latest developments through our insightful newsletters.
  3. Enjoy access to webinars featuring prominent figures in the field.
  4. Benefit from reduced registration fees for our prestigious Congress in Bilbao in May 2024.
  5. Exercise your right to stand for election to the Board, contributing to the society’s leadership.
  6. Engage in meaningful discussions within our secure and interactive online ESC Member community/forum, hosted on DocMatter.

Membership Categories

Individual membership

 

Are you a health professional working in the field of SRH?
The ESC supports ongoing professional development by offering the opportunity to be involved with a multidisciplinary, international organization.
Join us to share knowledge and experience of contraception and reproductive health issues in Europe and the world to improve patient care.

The annual fee is 70 Euro tax included for 1 year.
The annual fee is 130 Euro tax included for 2 years.

. Membership runs from January till December.

Membership form

By being a member of the ESC, you gain access to many benefits tailored to enhance your expertise and professional network:

  1. Receive six complimentary editions of the European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care with online access.
  2. Stay abreast of the latest developments through our insightful newsletters.
  3. Enjoy access to webinars featuring prominent figures in the field.
  4. Benefit from reduced registration fees for our prestigious congress in Bilbao in May 2024.
  5. Exercise your right to stand for election to the Board, contributing to the society’s leadership.
  6. Engage in meaningful discussions within our secure and interactive online ESC Member community/forum, hosted on DocMatter.

 

Bank account details 

  • ESC account N° (IBAN) BE45 3101 2639 1389
  • ING bank
  • SWIFT code: BBRUBEBB
  • Bank address: ING bank, Marktplein 26, B-1740 Ternat, Belgium
  • No bank costs to the ESC

Affiliation

 

International or national European organizations with similar or related aims or institutions may apply for affiliation with the ESC. Members of affiliated societies or institutions pay a reduced fee of 40 euros. Those organizations or institutions seeking affiliation must complete the application form which will be submitted to the Board for ratification. Upon acceptance, the Central Office of the ESC should be sent an electronic list of members including email and postal addresses from the affiliated Society or Institution. Members of affiliated societies or institutions have the same rights as other ESC members including voting rights. There are no special obligations for the affiliated society, except that the membership fees (for a minimum of 10 members) must be collected and paid in bulk to the ESC.

Members of affiliated societies are entitled to:

  1. receive online access to the Journal of the ESC
  2. receive an electronic form of the Newsletter
  3. receive information about Congresses, Seminars, and other meetings organized or supported by the ESC
  4. reduced ESC registration fees

For an individual to join as an affiliate member you must contact the affiliated society or institution and complete the membership and payment through them.

 

Geographical Member Distribution

Affiliated societies / institutions

Visit the websites of the affiliated societies / institutions by clicking on the respective links:

Asociación Médica Argentina de Anticoncepción (AMADA), Argentina

Beijing Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital, Capital Medical University, China

Croatian Society for Gynecologic Endocrinology and Human Reproduction, Croatia

Emergency Clinical County Hospital of Arad, Romania

ESOGÜ YFC, Turkey

Estonian Sexual Health Association, Estonia

Frauenklinik Baselland, Switzerland

Georgian Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health, Georgia

Hellenic Association Of Family Planning, Contraception And Reproductive Health, Greece

Kazakhstan Association on Sexual and Reproductive Health (KMPA), Kazakhstan

Latvian Contraceptology Association, Latvia

Lithuanian Society of Contraceptology, Lithuania

Mater Dei Hospital, Malta

Nederlands Genootschap van Abortusartsen(NGvA), the Netherlands

Russian Society of Contraception, Russia

Sociedade Portuguesa de Contracepção, Portugal

Societa Italiana della Contraccezione (SIC), Italy

Societa’ Medica Italiana della Contraccezione (SMIC), Italy

Society of Family Planning, USA

Spanish Society of Contraception, Spain

University Hospital Basel, Switzerland

University Hospital Züruch, Switzerland

Vrouwenkliniek UZ Gent, Belgium