ASBHM is considering the introduction of Special Interest Groups (SIGs) to provide forums for ASBHM members who have a shared interest in a particular topic. Potential SIGs could include areas such as translation and implementation research, disease prevention and health promotion, disease management and treatment, cancer, women’s health, physical activity and nutrition, etc. We are open to any suggestions for potential SIG areas.
If SIGs are formed, the activities of the SIGs will be determined by the individual SIG members and leadership. To give you an idea of the potential benefits, these activities could include: regular meetings/discussions, presentations/webinars, newsletters, mentoring arrangements for ECRs, sharing of data and relevant publications, writing joint publications or position statements, preparation/submission of symposia for conferences et
To ascertain interest in joining a special interest group, and what topics may be of most interest, we invite all ASBHM members and potential future members to complete a very short, 5 minute survey (11 questions).
Please use the following survey link to help us plan our Special Interest Groups: