BDA Specialist Sub-Groups
Specialist Groups can establish sub-groups, which may be regional groups or sub-specialties of the main Group. Any member of the main group will have access to join the sub groups for free.
A sub group constitution is required to get set up – it defines the terms of reference of the sub-group and sets out how it is accountable to the main Specialist Group. All actions of members working under the ‘label’ of the BDA require clear and transparent governance as well as an assurance that their actions are linked to the strategic direction of the parent Group.
Members may pay an additional fee to join a sub group, some are free.
The following have web pages:
- Autism (sub-group of Paediatric Specialist Group)
- Haematology (sub-group of Oncology Specialist Group)
- Paediatric Oncology - previously known as PODIG (sub-group of Paediatric Specialist Group)
- Prescribing Support Dietitians (sub-group of Older People Specialist Group)
- Trauma (sub group of Critical Care Specialist Group)
- Neonatal (sub-group of Paediatric Specialist Group)