Associate members include researchers collaborating with the RQSPAL but who don’t meet criteria for regular member status, leaders of partner organisations, clinicians and research professionals working on projects relating to palliative and end-of-life care. Click here for information about how to become a member.
Membership applications are assessed by the Executive Committee. The decision to approve membership is based on potential for scientific contribution to the RQSPAL. The criteria are established by the Executive Committee.
Associate member status is granted for four years and is renewable. This status confers the right to participate in our annual scientific day without any registration fees.
Associate members cannot apply for the financing of anchor projects as a main researcher.
Follow this link to consult the list of the associate members.