A Full Member is an individual who:
a. is involved in the management of ADHD or ADHD research;
b. satisfies any educational requirements for a Full Member as determined by the Board;
c. has been practicing in the research, diagnosis, treatment or management of ADHD or related conditions, for a period of at least 3 years; and
d. is either:
i. a medical practitioner, psychologist, scientist, pharmacist or other health or education professional and who has received appropriate postgraduate training relevant to the research, diagnosis, treatment or management of ADHD or related conditions; orii. in the opinion of the Board, has made a worthwhile contribution to the research, diagnosis, treatment or management of ADHD or related conditions.
An Associate Member is an individual who is:
a. any other suitably qualified person as determined by the Board who is interested in ADHD research, diagnosis, treatment or management or are starting their practice in the field of ADHD; or b. is in the process of completing advanced training (e.g. those undertaking on the job specialist training) related to ADHD or closely related conditions; but
c. otherwise ineligible to be admitted as a Full Member; or
d. any individual who has made a contribution to the cause of ADHD or those affected by ADHD that the Board considers worthy of recognition with membership and whom the Board invites to apply for membership.
A Student Member is a individual who is:
a. an enrolled undergraduate or postgraduate student of a university, centre of tertiary education, or learned college; and
b. undertaking full or part-time training or studies related to ADHD or closely related conditions; but
c. otherwise ineligible for admission under any other membership category.