The BAD has 10 categories of membership which are outlined below. For full details please read the Membership Guidelines before completing your form.
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Open to Consultants on the Specialist Register and SAS doctors who has been fully committed to secondary care dermatology for a period of at least four years
Trainee membership for all trainees in dermatology in the United Kingdom and Ireland holding a National Training Number.
ASSOCIATE TRAINEE MEMBERSHIP
Associate Trainee Members will be doctors who hold a trainee post in the UK or Ireland (ie foundation, CMT or ST doctors whether in dermatology or not) who do not have a Dermatology National Training Number. Once an NTN has been awarded they must advise the BAD and will automatically become a Trainee member.
Honorary Members are nominated by their peers for outstanding professional eminence or service to the Association.
Associate members will be one of three types of doctors:
Specialty doctors including SAS, career grade and other doctors providing dermatology services who spend more than 50% of their working time in dermatology (excluding cosmetic procedures such as fillers or neurotoxin injections) and more than 50% of their working time in the UK.
UK and Irish consultants who are on the specialist register in a specialty other than dermatology, e.g. plastic surgeons, GU physicians, pathologists, oncologists.
Overseas dermatologists in practice outside the United Kingdom and Ireland.
GP members will be UK or Irish general practitioners (including GPSIs) who spend less than 50% of their working time in dermatology.
Student members will be medical students attending a UK or Irish medical school.
ALLIED HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP
Allied healthcare professional members will be pharmacists, nurses, clinical psychologists, podiatrists and relevant other non-medics who have a significant practice involving dermatological patients
HONORARY OVERSEAS MEMBERSHIP
Honorary Overseas Members shall be persons of distinction who have made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of dermatology in the international field.
Retired members can be former ordinary or associate members who are no longer in clinical practice.