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membership

Use of Post Nominals

The College’s post nominals are a recognition that a member has attained membership either through examination or election and is a current or retired member in good standing. It is a benefit of membership and may be relied on by members of the public or other organisations to indicate that you are a current member.

Subscriptions 2017

CATEGORY SUBSCRIPTIONS DIRECT DEBIT 2017 £ SUBSCRIPTIONS NON-DIRECT DEBIT 2017 £ UK Consultants 485 524 UK Fellows, Members, Diplomates, Affiliates (inc SAS doctors) 373 405 UK members with gross annual earnings up to £34,061 from medical sources 302 335 Trainee Affiliates (Doctors working in a GMC approved training programme who are studying towards a formal College qualification).

Subscriptions 2016

CATEGORY SUBSCRIPTIONS DIRECT DEBIT 2016 £ SUBSCRIPTIONS NON-DIRECT DEBIT 2016 £ UK Consultants 478 516 UK Fellows, Members, Diplomates, Affiliates (inc SAS doctors) 367 399 UK members with gross annual earnings up to £34,061 from medical sources 298 330 Trainee Affiliates (Doctors working in a GMC approved training programme who are studying towards a formal College qualification).

Membership

The Royal College of Ophthalmologists (RCOphth) is the professional body for ophthalmologists and represents the whole specialty. We champion excellence in the practice of ophthalmology. We set the curriculum and examinations for trainee ophthalmologists; provide training in eye surgery; maintain standards in the practice of ophthalmology; and promote research in the specialty. Belonging to the RCOphth strengthens its

Membership benefits

As a member of The Royal College of Opthalmologists, you will receive the following benefits Receipt of the Eye Journal Receipt of College News, the quarterly membership magazine Use of post nominals, as appropriate, whilst a member in good standing. Receipt of an annual diary Registration for ePortfolio/CPD Eye Logbook Access to the members’ area