The Advanced Medical Technology Association hopes to leverage its members as a way to lower prices on common services and equipment.
Rather than letting seats remain empty, theaters around the country will now allow Dramatists Guild of America members to take in a play for free at a number of venues around the country. The idea is intended to enable struggling playwrights to take part in an important formative experience they otherwise could not afford.
In a move to help physicians and physician assistants work together both inside and outside the hospital, the West Virginia State Medical Association is adding PA’s to its membership lineup.
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The association's new Emerging Writer member tier, which will be offered to writers who are currently seeking ways to publish their work, offers those with nontraditional career structures the opportunity to receive benefits from the guild.
Struggling to get members engaged? Perhaps the problem’s not in your methods but in the engagement opportunities themselves.
The American Music Therapy Association offers a free online disaster-response course to members and nonmembers alike.
The Nonfiction Producers Association has opened up membership to smaller producers and service providers to better connect the industry.
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How much do your members know about your association’s data and engagement tracking? And how do they feel about being scored for their activity?