Special interest groups

“EUNETHYDIS also facilitates Special Interest Groups (SIGs) that comprise a group of EUNETHYDIS members, ECRs and potentially other stakeholders who are interested in a particular area of current ADHD research. The SIGs offer an opportunity for increased interactions and scientific development in a particular area.

SIGs can be initiated and applied for by any full EUNETHYDIS member, following a call for SIGs early in the calendar year prior to the annual meeting the following autumn. SIG meetings are held during the annual network meeting. EUNETHYDIS encourages SIGs to aim for outcomes such as EUNETHYDIS publications (perspectives, position papers, letters, overviews or empirical research). Longer-term outputs may consist, for example, of symposia at network meetings or collaborative grant applications.