Member interest groups
A member interest group brings together members who share a common interest. This could be an area of practice, a hot topic or simply a geographical link – sometimes all three.
Member interest groups do not report (in a governance sense) to any other body within the profession, are open for all members to join and are free from bureaucracy in that they can determine their own organisation and ways of working. A member interest group may choose to undertake a variety of activities, some of which may include:
- topical events (formal or informal)
- on-line discussion forum
- social and professional networking opportunities
- developing research papers to stimulate debates.
Member interest groups will only be established if sufficient interest is received. Members are welcome to join all groups which are of interest to them, and membership is open to all. Further information can be found in the Information Guide for Member interest groups and Guidance document for MIG Leader and Managing Committee.
To express interest in any of the existing groups or to let us know of ideas for other new groups please email email@example.com