Regular member is open to individuals with a university degree or registration, certification or other accreditation in a recognized profession who is involved in or interested in psychosocial oncology. A Regular member is entitled to notice of and to attend, participate and vote at meetings of the Members, to be a director or officer of the Corporation, and to serve on committees of the Corporation;
A Student member is a full time student studying in a discipline related to psychosocial oncology or a member who has returned to study in an academic program, irrespective of the level of education being pursued. A Student member is entitled to notice of and to attend and participate at meetings of the Members, but is not entitled to vote at such meetings, nor be a director or officer of the Corporation, but may serve on a committee of the Corporation.
An Affiliate member is a member of the public, an organization, an agency or supplier of goods and services related to psychosocial oncology. An Affiliate member is entitled to notice of and to attend meetings of the Members, but is not entitled to participate or vote at such meetings, nor be a director or officer of the Corporation nor serve on a committee of the Corporation;
A Retired member is an individual who has been a Regular member in the past and has retired from psychosocial oncology. A Retired member is entitled to notice of and to attend and participate at meetings of the Members, and vote at such meetings of the members, to, be a director or officer of the Corporation and serve on a committee of the Corporation;
As a membership based organization all of our initiatives to foster and encourage interdisciplinary excellence in psychosocial research, education, and clinical practice in oncology are made possible through membership support. As a member of CAPO/ACOP you also receive the following benefits:
Through a partnership between CAPO and Current Oncology, CAPO members receive:
CAPO is committed to supporting trainee growth, education, and professional development. The following includes some of the ways that CAPO provides support and promotes the success of its student members:
If you have any questions pertaining to student membership, would like more information on any of the above topics, or would like to join a standing committee, please contact the current CAPO Student Liaison: Brooke Russell, [email protected]
Alternatively you can download the membership application, fully complete all sections of the form and send it with payment to the CAPO office (contact information is below).
CAPO can accept payment by Cheque or Credit Card.
Please note that application forms can be faxed if payment is being made by credit card.