Physicians (MD, DO, MBBS, MBBCH, etc.) outside the United States and Canada who have an interest in occupational and/or environmental medicine are eligible to apply for International Physician Membership
Non-physicians outside the United States who have attained the doctorate level degree of PhD, ScD, DrPH, EdD, etc., in an occupational and environmental health discipline, a master’s level degree or other advanced training in a related field, or are a certified Physician Assistant, licensed Nurse Practitioner, or equivalent, are eligible to apply for International Associate Membership
Membership is valid for 12 months from the date the application is processed. International Physician Members are not eligible to vote in ACOEM elections. To become voting members, International Physician Members may upgrade their membership to an ACOEM Active Physician Member at the full dues rate. Once upgraded, members may not reapply for International Physician Membership. International Associate Members are not eligible to vote.
INFORMATION ON OEM MEDICAL DEVELOPMENTS
Twelve digital issues per year of the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (JOEM)
, a leading scientific, peer-reviewed publication in the specialty of occupational and environmental medicine.
Free access to the Basic Occupational Health Guide
, marketing materials, marijuana resources, and more, as well as discounts on digital experiences and in-person education sessions.
Access to a range of high-quality continuing medical education (CME) offerings including discounts on fee-based programs and free, members-only webinars.
ADVANCED NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES
Networking opportunities are available by joining one of ACOEM’s 22 Special Interest Sections
(dues vary) or committees and task forces and in ACOEM’s online Community.
International Component Society of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ICSOEM)
Society of ACOEM International members which provides additional programming, resources, networking, and leadership opportunities. Component membership is required per ACOEM bylaws and is an annual USD $45 investment.
ICSOEM, established May 2021, will hold its inaugural business meeting in March 2022. Members will have the opportunity to be directly involved in the development of annual programming, goals, and objectives which support their career needs and growth.
ACOEM’s International Membership dues are based on your country of residence income group category as defined by the World Bank. International Component Society of OEM dues are an additional USD $45.
|Income Category Group
|| Physician Member
|| Associate Member
|High Income (HI)
|| USD $610
|Upper Middle Income (UMI)
|Lower Middle Income (LMI)
|Low Income (LI)