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The IAPM should act as a voice for its members according to the aims of the Association and this requires a good system of communication between the membership and the committees as well as links with external bodies that influence professional matters.

How can the members contribute?

  • The IAPM can provide information via a Special Interest Group.
  • Members also have access to the IAPM newsgroup
  • Members can present their opinions at meetings or call for meetings to be held via a SIG or the Council.

How does the IAPM communicate with its members?

All members have access to the IAPM newsgroup where queries and opinions on all matters ranging from professional to practical are shared with the rest of the community.


Last Updated on Friday, 03 June 2011 09:41