Welcome American Spinal Injury Association Members
Member Section Login:
Click this link to login. The ASIA Member section includes a member directory, committee section, job postings, bylaws, dues renewals and member profiles.
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Members who have lapsed will not be able to renew/pay dues through the member section. Instead, lapsed members should visit the Dues Renewal section here.
New Member Orientation Letter:
This letter is for new members to ASIA. The letter provides information on Membership, Committees, Annual Meetings and Mentorship.
Committee Application Form:
ASIA members are encouraged to get involved! One way to be part of the ASIA SCI community is to join a committee. Read about the many active committees on the ASIA website and submit a committee application to one you would like to join.
Member in Good Standing Policy
A Member in good standing affirms the Member’s commitment to the vision of ASIA. It is anticipated that a Member in good standing sets an example for best professional practice in the area of spinal cord injury care and/or research, and who has remained current on Organizations dues. Members in good standing are expected to work collaboratively to strengthen the Organization and not engage in activities that put ASIA in financial or structural jeopardy, nor engage in activities that will bring discredit to the Organization.
Committee Intellectual Property Policy
This policy defines ownership, distribution, and commercialization of rights associated with Intellectual Property developed for the American Spinal Injury Association.
Conflict of Interest & Confidentiality Policy
Committee service within the American Spinal Injury Association (ASIA) often requires committee members to review articles, documents, and proposals, and recommend individuals in the field of spinal cord injury for awards or recognition. The best interests of ASIA, its membership, and the field of spinal cord injury (SCI) are served when the evaluation processes are objective, unbiased, and confidential. They are further best served when committee information remains confidential permanently and committee judgments remain confidential until deliberations are completed and formally announced by authorized individuals within the organization.