CAUTHE assists members develop and coordinate Special Interest Groups (SIGs) to provide interaction between members, other associations and affiliates in Australia, New Zealand and beyond. Each SIG has its own coordinators and involves a range of members, including domestic and international academic and student members.
CAUTHE supports the SIGs with communications, annual conference integration, projects, links with other organisations, and provides some financial assistance to help SIGs host meetings or symposia outside of the annual conference. The CAUTHE Executive assesses the viability of any SIG in the event that there is no activity in a two year period. Proposed SIGs can be research or teaching related groups.
Please contact the SIG co-ordinator below if you would like more information about the SIG application process.
Institute for Health and Social Science Research
Central Queensland University