Level Price  
Regular Membership

The price for membership is $165.00 per Year Recurring billing January 1st per year.

Trainee (student/resident)

The price for membership is $50.00 per Year

Membership expires on December 31, 2024.


Membership Details: 
Peer Support. Education. Research. Advocacy.

Join this group of passionate and compassionate people, an organization whose mission is to support you: the assessors and providers of MAiD and those with whom you work.


While we are predominantly an association of physicians and nurse practitioners, all professionals involved in assisted dying are most welcome to join CAMAP. This includes nurses, pharmacists, speech & language specialists, case coordinators, administrators, law makers, lawyers, social workers, counsellors, policy analysts and more.


We use our funds to provide educational and networking opportunities for our members and clinicians who wish to learn more about MAID and the larger community beyond. We also provide leadership in establishing the highest medical standards of practice in this care. We welcome your support and hope for your input.


Membership includes access to our educational symposia events, our national online forums (accessing advice from experienced practitioners from across the country), members-only resources (templates for practice, slides for education) case sharing webinars (access is restricted to only those directly involved in MAiD).  Our education programs are fully accredited learning activities. They are eligible for continuing education credits through the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons.


Membership also includes a significantly reduced rate for our popular annual national conference.


You are also able to participate in multiple research projects or reach out to the community to conduct your own.


Advocacy for our membership is a priority at CAMAP. In particular, ensuring adequate training and ongoing education opportunities, providing networking opportunities between members across the country, agitating for adequate and reasonable compensation and a streamlining of the bureaucratic process.