FAQs

What are the categories of ASRA membership?

Does ASRA offer a group membership?

How do I join a special interest group?

How can I ask a question about the clinical practice of regional anesthesiology and pain medicine?

How do I reach the ASRA Office?

When does my membership expire?

How do I log on to the ASRA website?

What are the categories of ASRA membership?

Regular members: $250 annually
Regular members are physicians actively engaged in the practice of medicine. Only regular members are eligible to hold office in the Society.

International, electronic journal only: $95
International, printed+electronic journal: $250
International members are physicians who are actively engaged in the practice of medicine and who reside outside of the United States, Canada, or Europe.

Affiliates: $100
Affiliate members are non-physicians with an interest in regional anesthesiology and pain medicine.

Trainees: $35
Trainee members are individuals enrolled in accredited medical or osteopathic schools, Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) approved residencies, ACGME approved pain medicine fellowships, or regional anesthesiology and acute pain medicine fellowship training programs.

Military: $115
Military members are physicians on active duty in any branch of the United States or Canadian military.

Retired: $50
Retired members are former Active members for 10 consecutive years or more who are no longer in the active practice of medicine. To be eligible for Retired Membership, an individual must request Retired status, in writing, from the Society. Email asramembership@asra.com  or call (855) 795-ASRA for more information.

Does ASRA offer a group membership?

ASRA offers a discount for individuals who work for qualifying organizations. Full details can be found here.

How do I join a special interest group?

It's easy! Navigate to the special interest group you'd like to join and select "Get Involved."

How can I ask a technical/medical question about the clinical practice of regional anesthesiology and pain medicine?

We recommend you search for your topic in the Website search field or on our journal site at www.rapm.org. Or, take advantage of ASRA social media by clicking on the social media icons, found in the upper right of the home page, to ask a question of your colleagues. We're sorry, but ASRA staff are not able to provide any practice recommendations or referrals.

How do I reach the ASRA Office?

Click here for ASRA office staff and departmental email addresses.

When does my membership expire?

ASRA membership is on a calendar basis. Membership runs from January 1st through December 31st.

How do I log on to the ASRA website?

Log in to your account by clicking "sign in" in the upper right. If you are having trouble logging on to the ASRA website, please do not create a new account. The account is tied into your email address. You will not be able to access the information associated with your original account, and important information could be lost. Instead, please call or email ASRA to have your password sent to you.