Members Encouraged to Pay 2010 Dues Today Before Benefits Expire December 31

December 22, 2009

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All AAN members who have not yet paid their 2010 AAN membership dues are encouraged to renew online today, before their important benefits expire on December 31, 2009. Online renewal is the quickest, easiest, and most secure way to pay your 2010 dues—and it saves the time, hassle, and waste involved with paper billing.

Ensure your access to the wealth of benefits that an AAN membership affords, including:

  • Enhanced access to AAN.com
  • Subscription to leading AAN publications
    • Neurology®, the AAN's premier scientific journal
    • Neurology Today®
    • AANnews®
    • Neurology Now®, the Academy's patient education magazine
  • A host of other Academy publications and services designed to keep you abreast of the latest advances in the field

And don't forget that your AAN membership provides money-saving discounts on Annual Meeting and Regional Conference registration—discounts that often exceed the cost of an AAN membership—as well as access to invaluable continuing medical education, practice tools and resources, advocacy representation and training, and a host of other exclusive Academy products, programs, and services.

Time is Running Out: Renew Today

Bring your dues current quickly and easily by renewing online, or by contacting AAN Member Services at memberservices@aan.com, (800) 879-1960 or (651) 695-2717 (international). Retirees or those working part-time may be eligible for free membership as a Senior member. Students simply need to complete and submit a short renewal form to continue their free membership.

To pay your dues online you must first be logged in using either your email or AAN member ID and password. If you do not know or can't remember your password, select "Forgot your email or password?" to have your password automatically emailed to you. If you have problems logging in to AAN.com, or have additional questions, contact AAN Member Services at memberservices@aan.com, (800) 879-1960, or (651) 695-2717 (international).