A Junior Member:
- Is currently enrolled in a training program approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
- Has been accepted into an accredited Pediatric Neurology or Neurodevelopmental Disabilities training program.
- Has been nominated for membership by his/her training program director/coordinator (Step 1) and has followed up by filling in supplementary information on the CNS website (Step 2).
- If further training in a fellowship is planned, a Junior Member may petition the Membership Committee, providing documentation of the fellowship, to remain a Junior Member for a further period of time, not to exceed 3 years.
- Junior Members shall be entitled to all the privileges of membership except the right to vote or to hold office as an officer or member of the Board of Directors.
- Junior Members receive a CNS-engraved reflex hammer as PG3 residents.
- Junior Member annual meeting registration fees are substantially discounted.
- Junior Members in their final year of training are eligible to attend the Pellock Resident Seminar on Epilepsy.