Are you making the most of your ACLP membership?
Below are the numbers of subscribers who have joined each of the ACLP Special Interest Groups.
New SIGs have come into being over recent months so why not take another look at the list to see whether you might like to sign up to a group that interests you?
Any member can join any SIG—or multiples of SIGs. You don’t have to be an expert in the subspecialty. SIGs welcome new members: those with specialist knowledge AND those who want to learn more about the subspecialty.
At CLP 2018, here in Orlando, SIGs are very much to the fore and are contributing swathes of the meeting program, demonstrating the breadth and depth of our members’ specialist knowledge and interests.
The topics of all our key plenary sessions, delivered TED-style, have been selected by the SIGs. In fact, the six plenary presentations and presenters were chosen from a field of 33 excellent proposals from 15 of the SIGs—showing how even more of a knowledge bank exists within the SIGs themselves.
You can access that knowledge—and, over time, help grow it—by taking part in SIG listserv discussions and attending SIG meetings and lunches at each annual meeting,
There’s no better time than now to get involved. You can “Sign Up to a SIG” from your member profile, accessible via the website. Do it in time for the SIG’s “Networking Lunch” at 11:45 today and tomorrow here at the annual meeting!