Corresponding Membership in the Society shall be limited to physicians and other scientists who reside outside of the United States and Canada, and who devote at least 75% of their total professional activities to the field of urologic oncology. This would be demonstrated by provision of a portfolio listing of oncology practice elements:
- Number of oncology procedures (major or minor — can include biopsy, brachy, etc) with case log.
- Ongoing clinical trials in oncology, and role in each
- Oncology services provided — defined as oral biologics, intravenous infusion, radiation, intravesical therapies
- Estimate of percentage of practice/time focused on urologic oncology (FTE format)
- Oncology-related research portfolio, inclusive of laboratory, health services, or clinical research with publication numbers.
A corresponding member shall have the right to attend the Annual meeting, but shall not have the right to vote or hold office.
Recommendations for Membership
- Candidates may apply for membership directly into this section. The same procedure shall be followed as outlined for Active Membership.
- Members may apply for Corresponding Membership to the Membership Committee through the Secretary.
Number of Members
There shall be no limit to the number of corresponding members.
Termination of Membership
Follows the procedure outlined for Senior Membership.
Dues shall be ½ of that required of Active Members and shall be payable to the Treasurer of the Society upon receipt of the annual statement.