Special Interest Groups
Or SIGs as they are known, facilitate discussions, conferences and publications and lead on activity across a number of distinct areas of scientific or engineering endeavour. SIGs work across diverse areas of medical physics and clinical engineering and play a vital role in IPEM’s work by:
- Planning and delivering a programme of scientific conferences and webinars
- Producing publications such as guidance notes
- Helping to shape our science strategy by monitoring the development and impact of new technology
- Participation in consultations about policy, relevant legislation and standards
- Supporting and encouraging relevant educational programmes
- Communicating and discussing their work in the wider Communities of Interest
To join one of these SIGs you need to be a member and apply.
Get involved – Professional Communities of Interest
All of our members and other interested professionals can join the conversations taking in their respective professional forums - our Communities of Interest
We encourage everyone to participate: You can suggest conference and publications topics, access library resources, ask questions, connect, initiate discussions or comment on posts.
You can join any of these professional communities at any time.