Membership

Become a Membership

We welcome membership applications from anyone who has a specific interest in the practice of resuscitation to properly reflect the multidisciplinary approach to the activities of the Resuscitation Council (UK). We offer two types of membership; Full and Associate.

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Full membership

Full membership is open to all individuals with an interest in resuscitation, resuscitation training, drugs or equipment used in resuscitation, or resuscitation research both in and out of the UK.

Benefits of membership

  • Monthly publications notification
  • Discounted tickets for RC (UK) events
  • 10% discount in RC (UK) members’ shop
  • €10 discount on ERC membership
  • Advanced access to the RC (UK) Annual Report
  • Priority registration for RC (UK) events
  • Advanced notice of research grants availability
  • Eligibility to apply to join the Executive Committee
  • Attendance at AGM
  • Eligibility to vote at the AGM and to nominate Honorary Members

Membership subscription

Full membership is £25 each year.


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Associate membership

Application for Associate membership is open to all individuals with an interest in resuscitation, resuscitation training, drugs or equipment used in resuscitation, or resuscitation research both in and out of the UK. 

Benefits of membership

  • Monthly publications notification
  • 10% discount in RC (UK) members’ shop
  • Advanced access to the RC (UK) Annual Report
  • Priority registration for RC (UK) events
  • Attendance at AGM

Membership subscription

Associate membership is £20 each year.


 Apply now

Further information

Membership is only offered on an individual basis and is not available to corporate bodies, companies or such groups. Membership does not imply any recognition of expertise and must not be used to imply such – for example by using membership as a qualification. It is not permitted to use membership of the Council or the Council’s logo on personal stationary or promotional material.

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