Types of Membership

Academic

Academic members are individuals [students, ethics fellows, faculty, and/or staff persons], affiliated with an academic institution, who have expertise, training or education in bioethics.

Academic members should be well positioned to work with the Steering Committee in diverse areas such as strategic planning, education and policy development, and other research related activities.

Individual

Individual members are not working within a member organization but are interested in community ethics.

Individual members are expected to be able to make clear contributions to the CEN.  Their involvement is assessed on an individual basis.

Organizational

Memberships for organizations are intended for community health and support service organizations, including but not limited to: Local Health Integration Networks (LHINS), community support services organizations, home care agencies, and community health centres.