Benefits of EPC Membership

Membership Benefits 

Becoming a member of the EPC has several benefits, including: 

  • Full access to the journal Pancreatology
  • Discounted registration fee for the annual EPC meeting
  • Opportunity to apply for EPC leadership roles (EPC Council and EPC Committees)
  • Opportunity to apply for funding for travel grants and fellowships
  • Opportunity to collaborate on the development of scientific guidelines
  • Access to the Member's Area "My EPC" and association resources
  • Voting rights at General Assembly meetings
  • Free registration to EPC webinars and other EPC educational events
  • Membership in YOUPPIE (if under 45 years of age)
  • Optional membership in the International Association of Pancreatology (for €10 p.a.)
  • Coming soon: dual membership with your national society

Membership Fees

Membership fees are paid on an annual basis (January to December of any given calendar year), as outlined in the EPC statutes. 

Fee Overview 2024 



On December 5th, 2023, EPC members approved a new membership fee structure based on country GDP, effective January 2024.


Group 1 

High Income

GDP per capita

> 45k USD

Group 2

Middle Income

GDP per capita

25k-45k USD 

Group 3

Low Income 

GDP per capita

< 25k USD

Full Membership One Year

Regular: €130

Junior: €65

Regular: €90

Junior: €45

Regular: €60

Junior: €30

Under 35 / Trainee / Fellow / PhD One Year Junior: €65 Junior: €45 Junior: €30

Allied Health / Nurse One Year

Junior: €65 Junior: €45 Junior: €30

Emeritus Membership One Year

All: €25 All: €25 All: €25

Supporting GDP data for the membership fees and country tiers can be viewed here.

Please note that this new fee structure is effective immediately

For questions, please do not hesitate to contact the EPC office at