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Membership Eligibility

What makes you eligible to become a member of the Company?

To be eligible for membership of the AIDA Company, an individual or an organisation is required to be nominated by a current Indigenous Medical Graduate or Indigenous Medical Student Member of the AIDA Company and fall within one of three categories:

  1. Indigenous Medical Graduate - Definition outlined in Article 13(a) of the Constitution
  2. Indigenous Medical Student - Definition outlined in Article 13(b) of the Constitution
  3. Associate - Definition outlined in Article 13(c) of the Constitution, and includes:
    1. Students
      • Indigenous students who are enrolled in the preliminary component of a dual degree, inclusive of a medical degree or a pathways program into medicine
      • Other Indigenous or non-Indigenous students
    2. Other Individuals or organisations

Associate Members are individuals and organisations who are deemed by the Company to be supportive of the aims and objectives of the Company and include non-Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and organisations.

From 2015 onwards, the cost of membership will be:

Membership 1-year 2-year
Indigenous medical students Free Free
First year Indigenous medical graduates Free $100
Indigenous medical doctors $100 $200
Associate members – students $35 $70
Associate members – individuals and organisations $100 $200
This page was last updated on: 28/01/2015