Institutional membership is designed for European hospitals, clinics or other institutions seeking to support their oncology teams in their professional development.

Institutional membership allows European centres to purchase a package of individual memberships for radiation oncology professionals, ie. institutes have the possibility to pay collectively for the membership of their radiotherapy team at a reduced price.

Institutional membership is more cost effective. Several package deals are available depending on the size of the group: 5, 10, 20, 30, 45 or more. Each package represents a discount.

The model is inclusive and interdisciplinary: it ensures the professional growth of all members of the radiotherapy team.

Additionally, further visibility is available for your institute, with a dedicated logo and additional services.

Joint membership is based on special agreements between ESTRO and other societies:

  • Non-European National Society
  • European Young National society (or by extension, the young members of a RO European National Society)
  • Oncology societies outside the RT field

Individual members of the partnering societies are eligible for full ESTRO membership at a reduced price.  The membership fee is either covered by the annual fee paid by the partnering Society or through online individual registration.

Joint membership fosters the collaboration between societies. It facilitates the international exchange of practices and enhances the importance of multidisciplinary care.

This membership type is based on agreements signed between ESTRO and a National Society representing RTTs (Radiation TherapisTs). It applies to all international societies.

Thanks to such agreements, individual members of RTT national societies can join ESTRO at a reduced fee, which is covered by the annual fee paid by the partnering Society. RTTs have a dedicated platform aimed at supporting their career development and RTT representation. Additionally, it also allows for a united voice of RTTs with common interests and more visibility for the societies within the Alliance.

The RTT Alliance membership encourages RTTs to become involved in ESTRO activities. It is an opportunity to guarantee better representation of RTTs, for improved recognition of the profession in the treatment of cancer patients.

Additionally, the benefits of the RTT Alliance go beyond individual membership:  RTT national groups and societies are united – under the umbrella of the RTT committee – to realise these common goals, while retaining the autonomy of the independent entities.