A student member is a student at master’s, doctoral or post-doctoral study level, a resident doctor who is significantly participating in research, or any ohter healthcare professional in an official program providing training in research. The student must be in the palliative and end-of-life care field and be supervised by a regular member of the RQSPAL.
Any graduate and postgraduate student working in the field of palliative and end-of-life care who is supervised by a regular member can be a part of the RQSPAL by sending a request to the RQSPAL’s director, click here for more information. Membership applications are evaluated by the Executive Committee.
Student member status is granted for two years, after which a new request must be submitted. This status confers the privilege to submit an application for financial support within the context of the RQSPAL’s grant supplement programs. The status also allows the right to participate in our annual scientific day without any registration fees.
To be a student member, one must attend two of the RQSPAL’s activities per year (e.g. scientific day, annual members’ meeting, student committee meeting, knowledge transfer activity).
Click here to consult the list of all student members.