Membership benefits

  • Discount of EUR10 for society members to become an individual SIOG Society member. (The regular price of annual membership is reduced by EUR10). A code will be given to society members with an invitation to join SIOG.
  • Discount registration to SIOG Annual Conference, SIOG Advanced Courses, SIOG Regional Events and SIOG Preceptorship for all members of the society
  • Complimentary meeting room space at SIOG Annual Conference for up to four hours. (Reserving meeting space requires advance request per conference policy and is contingent on available space.)
  • Final programme acknowledgement of membership at the SIOG Annual Conference
  • Use of the SIOG logo for website and print material to publicise society membership. (Approval is needed from SIOG prior to logo use.)
  • One complimentary, educational non-profit booth table at SIOG Annual Conference to display society news, upcoming meetings, society membership information and educational materials.
  • One complimentary SIOG regular individual membership for a Society Representative*
  • A greater voice as part of an international organisation. Greater and more extensive publicity across the world for your society
  • Potential to attract non-members to join your society
  • Dissemination of your own society’s events and activities to a wider international audience
  • Opening up your events to the wider SIOG membership so the potential for increased delegate numbers
  • Society related events endorsed by SIOG (Review and approval by SIOG Science & Education Committee is required)
  • Direct involvement in SIOG organised events
  • Opportunities involving SIOG conferences
  • The Society can put “ a member of SIOG” on their website and letterhead to demonstrate being part of a wider international geriatric oncology network
  • Attendance at regional SIOG meetings with direct access to SIOG leadership

In addition, the Society Representative* may on behalf of the member institution:

  • Submit articles to the Journal of Geriatric Oncology (JGO), the leading journal specifically dedicated to geriatric oncology;
  • Access the Journal of Geriatric Oncology (JGO) – 6 ANNUAL ISSUES;
  • Access the Critical reviews in Oncology/Hematology (CROH) – 12 ANNUAL ISSUES;
  • Vote at the SIOG General Assembly and elect Board members (This applies to standard, emeritus and special 1 & 2 membership fees only);
  • Participate in Expert Task Forces and Expert Working Group;
  • Apply to become SIOG National Representative;
  • Apply to become SIOG Mentor, member of SIOG Faculty or educational advisor in Geriatric Oncology;
  • Apply to organise a SIOG Advanced Course in Geriatric Oncology or a customised course in your institution; 
  • Acquire support for national/regional Preceptorships in Geriatric Oncology in your institution;
  • Subscribe to the SIOG Newsletter and keep abreast of the latest developments in the area of geriatric oncology;
  • Receive discounts on selected publications/books (e.g. ESMO Handbook of Geriatric Oncology, and other ESMO Handbooks);
  • Enhance networking opportunities to build a strong international coalition in Geriatric Oncology;
  • Engage with SIOG activities including its annual conference;
  • Represent SIOG at high level meetings in Geriatric Oncology.

Society Membership Fee

  • Society – 300€: With one access to the MySIOG membership portal for the Society Representative*

 Membership runs for one calendar year, from January 1 to December 31.