Membership Listing

Regular Membership (US and Canada)

AAPM membership is open to physicians (i.e., doctors of medicine or doctors of osteopathy) who have an unrestricted license to practice medicine in the United States or Canada. These members spend a significant portion of their professional activities within the field of Pain Medicine or related disciplines.

AAPM membership is open to physicians (i.e., doctors of medicine or doctors of osteopathy) who have an unrestricted license to practice medicine in the United States or Canada. These members spend a significant portion of their professional activities within the field of Pain Medicine or related disciplines.

International Membership (outside of US and Canada)

International members are physicians (i.e., doctors of medicine or doctors of osteopathy) who have a license to practice medicine within their country of origin outside of the United States and Canada.

International members are physicians (i.e., doctors of medicine or doctors of osteopathy) who have a license to practice medicine within their country of origin outside of the United States and Canada.

Clinical Practice Affiliate Membership

Clinical Practice Affiliate Membership is open to nonphysician professionals in the United States or Canada who are (or are eligible to be) licensed, registered or certified in a clinical healthcare profession that addresses the needs of patients with pain. Requires that licensure, registration or certification be in good standing or provide documentation that one has completed a program or course, allowing them to be licensed, registered or certified in a non-physician clinical healthcare profession that provides direct patient care as part of a pain care team.

Clinical Practice Affiliate Membership is open to nonphysician professionals in the United States or Canada who are (or are eligible to be) licensed, registered or certified in a clinical healthcare profession that addresses the needs of patients with pain. Requires that licensure, registration or certification be in good standing or provide documentation that one has completed a program or course, allowing them to be licensed, registered or certified in a non-physician clinical healthcare profession that provides direct patient care as part of a pain care team.

Nonclinical Affiliate Membership

Nonclinical Affiliate Membership is open to nonphysician professionals in the United States or Canada who do not provide direct patient care but whose principal professional responsibilities support the field of pain medicine. Requires a resume/CV and a signed application from employer if applicable. Application for membership serves as an attestation to the Academy’s mission.

Nonclinical Affiliate Membership is open to nonphysician professionals in the United States or Canada who do not provide direct patient care but whose principal professional responsibilities support the field of pain medicine. Requires a resume/CV and a signed application from employer if applicable. Application for membership serves as an attestation to the Academy’s mission.

Trainee Membership

Must be enrolled and in good standing in a fellowship program in an institution within the United States that is approved by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education or the American Osteopathic Association. Requires letter from program director or coordinator verifying enrollment and good standing.

Must be enrolled and in good standing in a fellowship program in an institution within the United States that is approved by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education or the American Osteopathic Association. Requires letter from program director or coordinator verifying enrollment and good standing.

Resident Membership

Must be enrolled and in good standing in the first year of a residency program in an institution within the United States approved by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) or the American Osteopathic Association (AOA). Requires letter from program director or coordinator verifying enrollment and good standing.

Must be enrolled and in good standing in the first year of a residency program in an institution within the United States approved by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) or the American Osteopathic Association (AOA). Requires letter from program director or coordinator verifying enrollment and good standing.

Medical Student Membership

Medical student members must be enrolled and in good standing in a curriculum approved by either the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education or the American Osteopathic Association at an institution within the United States and Canada. Requires a letter or an unofficial transcript from institution verifying enrollment and good standing, including expected date of graduation. Student members may not vote or serve as officers, but may serve and vote on committees. Student members will NOT be required to pay dues.

Medical student members must be enrolled and in good standing in a curriculum approved by either the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education or the American Osteopathic Association at an institution within the United States and Canada. Requires a letter or an unofficial transcript from institution verifying enrollment and good standing, including expected date of graduation. Student members may not vote or serve as officers, but may serve and vote on committees. Student members will NOT be required to pay dues.

Affiliate Student Membership

Affiliate student members must be enrolled and in good standing in the first, second, third or fourth year of an accredited graduate level program in the United States or Canada, leading to licensure, certification or registration in a clinical healthcare profession involved in direct care of patients with pain. Requires a letter or an unofficial transcript from institution verifying enrollment and good standing, including expected date of graduation. Student members may not vote or serve as officers, but may serve and vote on committees. Student members will NOT be required to pay dues.

Affiliate student members must be enrolled and in good standing in the first, second, third or fourth year of an accredited graduate level program in the United States or Canada, leading to licensure, certification or registration in a clinical healthcare profession involved in direct care of patients with pain. Requires a letter or an unofficial transcript from institution verifying enrollment and good standing, including expected date of graduation. Student members may not vote or serve as officers, but may serve and vote on committees. Student members will NOT be required to pay dues.

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