The Collaborative is governed by a Constitution which outlines the operationalisation, membership and activities for registered members in line with its vision and values. Members also have voting rights for International Collaborative business and are eligible for election to office in the governing Executive Committee.
There are two categories of membership for the Collaborative: Individual and Organisational.
Fees are set on a sliding scale according to the country of the member, using the World Bank income levels. This is important as financial resources vary generally across member countries and especially within palliative care, which often remains one of the most under-funded and under-resourced areas of health and medicine across the developing and developed world.
You may register for standard membership either as an Individual (1 member) or as an Organisation (with up to 3 members included in that membership).
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NOTE: At the current time the International Collaborative is not accepting members from the UK. Interested parties should follow the guidance from the Neuberger Review, Leadership Alliance and NICE Guidance.