According to the new statutes, you can get involved in the Network in many different ways.
How can I be part of Euronet MRPH?
Your country is a member of Euronet MRPH
By now these are the countries that are part of Euronet MRPH: Croatia, France, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain and United Kingdom.
If you become an active member you will be have access to:
- Annual Euronet meetings;
- Participation in working groups, related publications and communications;
- Special fees for congresses and conferences;
- Special fees for internships and summer schools;
- Participation in newsletters;
- Participation in collaborations with EuroNet partners.
The country where you are attending your residency program or traineeship will be taken into account and not your nationality.
If you wish to be even more involved – National commission member, board member, leader – please consider contacting your National Commission. They will give you any information you need.
The Netherlands firstname.lastname@example.org
United Kingdom email@example.com
Your country isn't a member of Euronet MRPH
If you are responsible or member of a national association of resident physicians or trainees in Public Health in Europe (WHO definition of Europe) and you want your association to join the Network, let’s talk!
You can write an email jointly to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some European countries do not dispose of a national association of residents in Public Health.
Individual members can apply for every role within the association but they cannot be member of a National Commission – therefore they have no voting right but they still do a lot of things.
If you want to apply as an individual member, please write an email jointly to email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.