EULAR Members

EULAR underscores the importance of combating rheumatic diseases not only by medical means, but also through a wider context of care for rheumatic patients and a thorough understanding of their social and other needs.

The members of EULAR are Ordinary members, Supporting members, and Honorary members. 

 

Ordinary Membership

Ordinary members are the following National Organisations and Individual Members:
 

National Organisations:
National Organisations may only become Ordinary Members if they have similar objectives as EULAR and if they share the European culture; must be organised under their national laws and have a governing body, such as a board or an executive committee; and must be non-profit organisations and may not follow gainful or self-help purposes.

Only one National Scientific Society, one National PARE Organisation and one National HPR Organisation per country can be an Ordinary Member.

A national organisation that wishes to become a Member has to send its application to the Board.

Only one organisation from any one country is accepted as its representative.
 

See national organisations members' lists:

 

Individual Members:
Natural persons, irrespective of their domicile, may become Individual Members. EULAR may require that a natural person is a member of a National Organisation. EULAR must follow the request of the National Organisation to which the natural person could be a mem­ber to determine if this requirement is applicable or not.

Natural persons only become Individual Members if they have paid EULAR's membership fee for Individual Members.

Provided the requirements are met, natural persons become auto­ matically Individual Members after sending their application to the Board.

Individual Members coming soon!
 

Supporting Membership

Supporting members are Corporate Members and Scientific Affiliates.

A company or a scientific society active in the field of rheumatology, that wishes to become a Supporting Member of EULAR has to send its application to the Board. The Board decides upon the admission as Supporting Member.

27 corporate members support EULAR financially with their membership fees.

 

  • Corporate Members:
    Corporate Members are companies active in the field of rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases and supporting the objectives of EULAR. The Board may issue regulations on further requirements to be fulfilled.


    See List of EULAR Corporate Members

 

  • Scientific Affiliates:
    Scientific Affiliates are scientific societies that are not Ordinary Members.

    EULAR Scientific Affiliates coming soon!

 

 

Honorary Membership

As a mark of distinction, the Board may elect as Honorary Members natural persons who have rendered outstanding service in accomplishing the objectives of EULAR.

 

See List of EULAR Honorary Members

Related Information

Who We Are

The European Alliance of Associations for Rheumatology, EULAR, is the organisation which represents the people with arthritis/rheumatism, health professionals in rheumatology (HPR) and scientific societies of rheumatology of all the European nations.

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The EULAR Family

A presentation of the EULAR member organisations.

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EULAR Governance

EULAR is governed by an elected board composed by 4 experts in rheumatology and one representative of each pillar (organisations representing other health professionals in rheumatology, patient organisations and scientific societies). Our activities are overseen by 5 content committees and 4 representation committees whose activities are delivered by several hundred expert rheumatology volunteers.

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EULAR Communities

EULAR underscores the importance of combating rheumatic diseases not only by medical means, but also through a wider context of care for rheumatic patients and a thorough understanding of their social and other needs. 

EULAR comprises communities around rheumatology which include member societies / organisations working on a variety of activities supporting EULAR objectives.

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