European Paediatric Orthopaedic Society

How to Become a Member for Trilogy Graduates


Please note that this submission procedure is
ONLY applicable for BAT Triology Graduates.
Submission deadline is 20 March 2019.
Requested documents
  • Letter of Application
  • Complete CV
  • Confirmation Paediatric Practise

Application procedure

IMPORTANT: Please use ONLY the below form to apply for EPOS Membership for Trilogy Graduates

  • The attendees who will have completed the BAT trilogy will be eligible for EPOS active or candidate membership depending on their qualification upon their request.
  • The President of EPOS and the Chairman of the EPOS Educational Committee will automatically sponsor their applications and there is no need to provide additional sponsor letters.
  • Applicants will also need to prove that they practise more than 50 % in paediactric orthopaedics and need to have attended at least one previous meeting of EPOS or the annual meeting of the year of their application.
  • Before applying for membership, applicants need to attend at least one meeting of EPOS; and to have published a paediatric orthopaedic related paper in a peer reviewed Journal or presented a paper or a poster at an EPOS meeting.
  • Applications for membership should be submitted to the Central office for consideration by the Executive Committee.
  • Each application should be accompanied by a Curriculum Vitae including a list of publications in Paediatric Orthopaedics.
  • Applications are only allowed/accepted through the website.
  • Cancellation Policy: The EPOS membership fee will only be reimbursed in case of duplicate payment.

    Application to:


    Email (required)

    First Name (required)

    Family Name (required)

    Title (required)

    Birth Date (required)

    Professional Address (required)

    Professional phone number (required)

    Fax number (required)


    (Only if applying for candidate) In which year will your training period be finished?


    Current position (required)

    No. of Paediatric years (required)

    EPOS meeting attended - at least 1 (required)

    Peer reviewed papers (required)

    UPLOAD - Please note that the maximum size per attachment is 500kb

    Your Complete CV (.pdf, .doc or docx format)

    Confirmation paediatric practise (.pdf, .doc or docx format)

    Your photography - .jpg format (required)


    Private email address

    Private Address

    Private phone number

    Private Fax phone number

    Name of wife or husband

    Active Membership
    To be considered for active membership, the Executive Committee must be satisfied that the proposed member contributes to paediatric orthopaedic surgery in clinical, research or teaching fields.
    • Members must reside and work in the larger European Community, which in this context includes those countries that border the Mediterranean.
    • Election to membership is subject to approval by the General Assembly.
    • Each active member has full voting rights at the General Assembly. Active members will pay normal membership dues.
    Candidate Membership
    Candidate membership is open to those who are still in training and/or not qualified in paediatric orthopaedic surgery according to the relevant rules of their own country.
    • They must produce evidence of their standing to the Executive Committee.
    • Their election will be confirmed by the General Assembly.
    • Candidate members will pay a reduced membership fee (50% of the active membership fee).
    • They have no vote and are not eligible for Board election. The duration of candidate membership is limited to five years.
    • On completion of their training, they may apply for active or corresponding membership of the society.