Membership in the Swiss SOS shall take two forms:
a. institutional membership
b. individual membership
1. is open to departments in Switzerland involved in the treatment of aSAH patients. For institutional members, it is required to pay the annual institutional membership fee.
2. The annual institutional membership fee is set at 500 (five hundred) CHF but can be adjusted by the General assembly (GA), if deemed necessary.
1. is possible as full or associate individual membership.
a. Full individual membership
is open to any physician in good standing involved in the treatment of aSAH patients (neurosurgeon, neuroradiologist, neuro-intensive care physician, neurologist, neurorehabilitation physician, etc.), who is interested in contributing to the collaborative to achieve its aims and is willing to abide by the rules of the group.
Full individual members are employed at a department that has institutional membership status.
Full individual members have the right to vote at the general assembly and shall pay the annual full individual membership fees.
The annual full individual membership fee is set at 30 (thirty) CHF, but can be adjusted by vote during the general assembly, if deemed necessary.
b. Associate individual membership
is open to any person in good standing who is interested in contributing to the collaborative to achieve its aims and is willing to abide by the rules of the group. We anticipate this would include physicians not employed at a department that has institutional membership status, medical students and allied health professionals.
Associate individual members do not have the right to vote at general assembly and shall pay the annual associate individual membership fee.
The annual associate individual membership fee is set at 15 (fifteen) CHF, but can be adjusted by the general assembly, if deemed necessary.
People elected as part of the Advisory Board (AB) become associate individual members but are exempt from the annual membership fee.
Details on the Registration & Termination of membership can be found in section 4 of the Code of Conduct
In order to become member of the Swiss SOS please fill out the following application form: swiss-sos-application.paperform.co