Institute Groups

Special interest groups 

The Institute has special interest groups which meet the specific needs of members with particular interests.

Figure 1 shows some of the special interest groups that exist at the time of writing. Further groups may be established as topics arise.

Membership of all groups is open to members (and in some cases non-members) at no additional charge. Group members benefit from discussion of current topics of interest or controversy and from the interchange of views between individuals all sharing a specific common interest. As a group, they can influence affairs that they couldn’t as individuals.

For further information, contact Cindy Bailey at the Secretariat (