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Membership of the BPA carries with it the assumption that each individual member is desirous of a lifetime of service to bioresonance via a total and continuous committment to the ideals of the Association.
There are three main categories of membership as defined in the BPA "Criteria for Membership".
To qualify for Full Membership of the BPA and carry the title Registered Bioresonance Practitioner,evidence must be provided that the applicant has one of the following qualifications: medical practitioners, council of professions supplementary to medicine, dental practitioners, and members of the main complementary medicine organisations. Any other prospective candidate will need to show an equivalent level of knowledge in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology.
The Institutes full training must be completed and the diploma passed. On application, established practitioners of Bioresonance Therapy who can show the Committee an equivalent level of competence will be screened for election to membership.
Associate Members are deemed those who have completed the training - without having a medical qualification and no equivalent level of knowledge in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology - and may be employed as non-diagnosing assistants in the course of Bioresonance Therapy. Owners of a Bioresonance device who have completed the full training - without a medical qualification or basic medical knowledge - and use Bioresonance Therapy to treat family and friends fall under the same category and should not work on the general public.
Students and trainees who are following the Institutes training scheme for the interest they have.