Fellowship of SAPH is an honorary title bestowed by the Council, usually after a member has given valuable service to the Association.
Fellowship cannot be purchased. There is no right to it.
Fellowship of SAPH does not mean that the Fellow is insured to practise. If the individual wishes to practise he or she must pay for professional indemnity insurance etc.
If he wishes to continue receiving full privileges of SAPH membership then he should also pay the appropriate annual membership fee for Full members.
He may also be eligible to become an Associate Member.
Fellows who may use the designation FSAPH:
Margaret Roy FSAPH
John Smith FSAPH