With unprecedented numbers of women reaching menopause, it’s more important than ever for you to join The North American Menopause Society (NAMS). There are many benefits of membership in NAMS, and the list is continually expanding. In addition to networking with colleagues and opportunities for involvement with the leading edge of women's health at menopause and beyond, NAMS members receive the following benefits.
Join today using one of the following methods:
Complimentary Subscription to NAMS Publications
The Society convenes the world's largest scientific meeting devoted to menopause and also offers educational courses. Members receive discounted registration fees for the Annual Meeting.
Educational Materials Menopause educational materials developed by NAMS for healthcare professionals and consumers are offered free or at discounted prices to members.
Members have exclusive access to the "members only" area on the award-winning NAMS website, which features an online Membership Directory and many other programs.
Members may apply to be matched with a NAMS Mentor based on the overlap between areas of research and skill set, as well as the fit between each Mentor’s interests and the Mentee’s goals, qualifications, and interests.
Members receive preferred pricing when sitting for the competency examination to earn the prestigious certification of NAMS Menopause Practitioner (NCMP).
Find a Menopause Clinician
Those holding the NCMP credential may elect to be included in the Find a Menopause Clinician searchable database, provided to consumers looking for help.
Membership Logo The Society is pleased to provide a Membership Logo for its members to use on their website, in PowerPoint presentations, or in printed literature.
Being a member of the leading menopause organization affords a unique opportunity to interface with the world's experts, sharing information for clinical practice and research.
NAMS membership is from January 1 through December 31. Member renewal notices for the coming year are mailed to members in November and due by January 15.
NAMS also offers a half-year membership available at a reduced fee after July 1. With this half-year option, membership July 1-December 31 includes full member benefits from the application date through December 31.
Please note when joining for a full year between January 1 through June 30, back issues of the journal Menopause are provided. When joining for a half-year starting July 1, back issues of Menopause are not provided, but full text articles can be accessed free online by NAMS members.
If you prefer, a printed copy of the Application Form, along with a list of member benefits and description of member categories can be sent to you. Contact the NAMS Central Office (firstname.lastname@example.org or 440/442-7550) and ask that the Membership Brochure be mailed or faxed to you.
Please note that NAMS currently offers no opportunity for consumers to join the Society. NAMS is solely a professional, scientific organization.
There is no other organization that gives me more value for my dues.
Stephanie Taylor, MD, PhD
What period does my dues payment cover?
NAMS membership is from January 1 through December 31. Member renewal notices for the coming year are mailed to members in November and are due by January 15. NAMS also offers a half-year membership available at a reduced fee after July 1. With this half-year option, membership July 1-December includes full member benefits from the application date through December 31.
Are my NAMS annual dues tax deductible?
Dues to NAMS are not deductible as a charitable contribution but may be deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense. Donations to NAMS are deductible as a charitable contribution.
When should I pay my annual dues?
Dues should be paid as soon as possible to continue receiving membership benefits without interruption. If dues are unpaid after 60 days, members benefits will be suspended.
What form of payment does NAMS accept?
You can pay your dues with a personal check, business check, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, or American Express.
Can I pay my dues online?
You may pay your dues online. Simply fill out and submit this Online Form.
Dues are nominal and vary by member category: Active Members are healthcare professionals such as basic scientists, physicians, nurses, publishers, health educators, and otherwise qualified individuals who are of high ethical standing and have demonstrated an interest in menopause and the objectives of this Society. Active Members have the right to attend the Annual Business Meeting and vote on Society matters. Associate Members are current students in a formal training program, such as undergraduate or graduate school or an approved residency or fellowship. Associate membership may be continued for three years following completion of the program. Associate membership may be transferred to Active membership within the three-year period at the discretion of the individual; an Associate membership is transferred automatically to Active status after this three-year period. Associate Members may not vote, and pay reduced dues. Honorary Members are those individuals who, in the opinion of the Society’s Board of Trustees, are deserving of this special recognition by virtue of exceptional contributions to the Society and/or to the field of menopause. Honorary Members do not have the right to vote or hold office, and do not pay dues. Life Members are those individuals who have reached the age of 70 years or more and who have been a member of the Society continuously for at least the ten previous years. They shall be granted Life Membership upon request to the Executive Director. Life Members shall have the right to vote but shall not have the right to hold elected office. They shall pay no dues and shall not receive a subscription to Menopause.
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