Join Us — Payment Options

New Membership Subscriptions.

Online - Please register here to set up an account
In the Shop - You can purchase a single years membership for you or a someone else in the AIMS Shop.
Standing order - Please complete a membership form and set up a standing order as detailed on the form, and email the form to membership@aims.org.uk

Existing Membership Subscriptions.

Online - if you previously bought a membership subscription on the website you can login here to manage your subscription.
In the Shop - You can renew a subscription by purchasing another single year membership in the AIMS Shop.
Standing order - to change or cancel a standing order you will need to do so via your online banking or contact your bank (AIMS can't change or cancel this payment).
PayPal - to change or cancel a PayPal subscription you will need to login to your PayPal account (AIMS can't change or cancel this payment).

If you have any problems making an online payment then please contact webmistress@aims.org.uk, for other questions about your membership please email membership@aims.org.uk


Subscription Options

  Pay by standing order instead of credit/debit card


Annual Individual Membership

£26.00 paid every year

Full membership of AIMS for individuals. You will be invited to join the AIMS discussion group and get involved with AIMS activities. We send you regular newsletters with updates about the AIMS Journals, campaigns and other information.

If you cannot afford the full amount then please contact us about a reduced rate; equally if you can afford more we will be very grateful to receive an extra donation.

create an account   or   login   to set up a recurring payment.

If you wish to join for one year only you can make a   One-off payment

AIMS Gift Membership

£26.00 paid every one-time purchase.

A gift of one years membership of AIMS. AIMS Members support us to support maternity service users to navigate the system as it exists, and campaign for a system which truly meets the needs of all. Members get regular newsletters with updates about the AIMS Journals, campaigns and other information.

We will send you a voucher to forward to the person you want to receive your gift. This will let them know you have bought this for them and what they need to do for us to be able to add them as an AIMS member.

create an account   or   login   to set up a recurring payment.

If you wish to join for one year only you can make a   One-off payment

Annual Organisation or Group Subscription

£32.00 paid every year

Group or organisational membership. You will be sent information about each AIMS Journal by email which you can distribute to your group or organisation.

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If you wish to join for one year only you can make a   One-off payment

Latest Content

Journal

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PTSD after Childbirth

AIMS Journal 2007, Vol 19, No 1 Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) is a set of normal reactions to a traumatic experience. Reactions such as dizziness, feeling faint, elevated b…

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Editorial: The label of ‘high risk’…

AIMS Journal, 2022, Vol 34, No 2 By Alex Smith In 2011, Vicki Williams asked in the AIMS journal editorial , “Is this label of ‘high risk pregnancy’ doing women any favou…

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What has the AIMS Campaigns Team be…

AIMS Journal, 2022, Vol 34, No 2 By the AIMS Campaigns Team Written outputs: Campaigns Team responses to the Ockenden Report Ockenden 2022: if we want to see real change,…

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Events

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Latest Campaigns

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AIMS statement prepared for the Sta…

In the Stakeholder Council we have a common purpose that focuses on the need for maternity transformation. We do not need to be convinced. Because we know the system is f…

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Ockenden 2022: if we want to see re…

10am on Wednesday March 30, 2022: the final Ockenden Report is published. 12.45pm the same day, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Sajid Javid, stands up…

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AIMS Campaigns Team comment on the…

As long standing campaigners for improvements in the maternity services, AIMS deeply regrets the long series of failings that have led to the Ockenden Report and previous…

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