Activities and objectives of SIGs

Some examples of SIG goals:

  • Incubating and advancing research collaborations

  • Providing mentorship

  • Sharing resources 

  • Advancing collective inquiry and interdisciplinary problem solving

  • Accelerating scholarship

  • Developing leadership opportunities 

Some examples of SIG activities could include, but are not limited to:

  • Developing a research agenda specific to the topic of the SIG

  • Conducting collaborative research among SIG members

  • Creating research methods/approaches/metrics

  • Mentoring early career colleagues with an interest in the topic

  • Connecting with colleagues new to the field, and established leaders in the field

  • Submitting proposals for Annual Meeting featured sessions to bring attention to the SIG focus area

  • Hosting a SIG meeting at the Society Annual Meeting

  • Proposing new Clinical Recommendations