Joining ESTS Membership in 2019/2020

Please read the Membership Application Process information (click for hyperlink) before downloading, completing and returning the application form (click for hyperlink).

Note: New members applying for membership: please do not make a membership payment prior to submitting an application for membership.

 

Applications received before 31st March 2020 will be put forward for formal ratification at the General Assembly at the 28th European Conference on General Thoracic Surgery in The Hague, The Netherlands, 2020 Applications received after 31 March 2020 will be put forward for formal ratification at the General Assembly at the 29th European Conference on General Thoracic Surgery.

You may join ESTS at any time - provisional members until ratification at the General Assembly are entitled to the benefits of membership.

 

To renew your membership, click here and select the appropriate option.

Provisional new members are entitled to the benefits of membership.

European Journal of Cardiothoracic Surgery (on-line access and mailed monthly)

Interactive Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery (on-line access)

Reduced registration to ESTS Annual Meeting

Membership of the ESTS Thoracic Surgery Database   

 

Which membership rate will I pay?

Membership fees for 2020 are set at three levels according to the average per capita income in their country.  Trainees pay a reduced membership fee of 50 euros.  We use current World Bank figures (downloadable below) to classify countries as high, medium and low income.

Membership fees for 2019  are set at three levels according to the average per capita income in their country.  Trainees pay a reduced membership fee of 50 euros.  We use current World Bank figures (downloadable below) to classify countries as high, medium and low income.

Membership fees for 2018 are set at three levels according to the average per capita income in their country.  Trainees pay a reduced membership fee of 50 euros.  We use current World Bank figures (downloadable below) to classify countries as high, medium and low income.

We use current World Bank figures (downloadable below) to classify countries as high, medium and low income. 

World Bank figures 2019 – for Membership payments 2020

World Bank figures 2018 - for Membership payments 2019

World Bank figures 2017 - for Membership payments 2018

 

Country Search for Membership payments 2020

ESTS membership rates are set at three levels, by the country in which members practice. Please check the relevant World Bank figures above to be sure of paying the correct fee. If your country is not listed please contact us for more details on memberships in your country.

Please note, for 2018 membership payments, the classification for Jordan and Georgia has changed to low income and Croatia to middle income.

Please note, for 2019 membership payments, the classification for Armenia and Jordan has changed to middle income, Argentina and Croatia have changed to high income.

Please note, for 2020 membership payments, the classification for Argentina and Kosovo has changed to middle income.



All 2020 Membership Options

2020 Active Membership- high income country €230.00
2020 active membership for members in World Bank...
2020 Active Membership- low income countries €50.00
2020 active membership for members in World Bank...
2020 Active Membership- middle income country €150.00
2020 active membership for members in World Bank...
2020 Dual Membership of ESTS and ERS for Surgeons €30.00
Dual membership is open to ESTS members who also...
2020 Dual membership rate for ERS members €200.00
Dual membership is open to pulmonologists /...
2020 Reduced fee for EACTS members €115.00
This membership category is available to existing...
2020 Reduced fee for existing members of STS €200.00
This membership category is open to existing...
2020 Trainee Membership €50.00
2020 membership for accredited trainee...

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