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  • Become a general member
    If you are working in the domain of the COST action, you can apply to become a member of the action. Further details in the next section on this page.

 

Join as General Member

As all COST Actions, the Disaster Bioethics action is open to anyone with relevant experience and interest joining as a general member. These could be professors or postgraduate students, other researchers or disaster responders in COST countries, people with relevant expertise or experience in other parts of the world outside of COST countries, etc.
General members can receive news and announcements from the Action and are able to access all relevant parts of our website. If they wish, they can engage in the work of the Working Groups and attend our conferences. However, general members will usually have to fund their own travel from other sources than COST. For each event, the Management Committee of the action will decide how many general members can be funded and how they will be selected.

If you want to become a general member, please download the application form and send it back to the address given in the document. You will be contacted as soon as possible and informed about your membership.

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