Membership categories

There are two categories of membership in the Network: (a) Full membership; and (b) Honorary membership.

Full membership is open to: (a) epidemiologists and other scientists with substantial experience in research that fits into the Framework for Viable Integrative Research in Time-Use Epidemiology (VIRTUE framework); and (b) other stakeholders with substantial experience in promoting desirable time use.

Honorary membership is open to distinguished members of the academic community and wider society, whether or not these eminent persons have any experience or relation to time-use epidemiology.

 

Member benefits

As a member of INTUE you will:

  • be part of a large international society of researchers interested in advancing a cutting-edge field of science;
  • get connected with leading experts in the field of time-use epidemiology;
  • have better opportunities for networking and establishing collaborations with time-use epidemiologists;
  • be entitled to receive methodological support from our research mentors;
  • be eligible to contribute to the governance of the network through General Meetings;
  • be entitled to participate in the election process;
  • be eligible to apply for governing roles in the Network;
  • be eligible for joining working groups established as part of the Network;
  • be eligible to apply for the INTUE Yearly Awards;
  • be entitled to suggest items for and receive the quarterly newsletter of the Network;
  • be entitled to suggest items for social media releases of the Network;
  • receive significant discounts on registration fees for events organised by the Network;
  • receive discounts on selected products offered by organisations supporting the Network.

 

INTUE awards

INTUE awards are given annually to honour outstanding contributions of INTUE members to time-use epidemiology and associated disciplines. There are two categories of the award: 1) INTUE Annual Award; and 2) INTUE Lifetime Achievement Award. A maximum of one award in each of the categories is given per year.

INTUE Annual Award recipients:

2018
Dr Dorothea Dumuid, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia

 

Membership fees

INTUE is dedicated to supporting time-use epidemiologists from all countries, irrespective of their economic standard, to join the membership. It is, therefore, embedded in the Constitution of the Network that the membership fees are calculated relative to the economic standard of the country/economy of residence of the given member.

The current yearly membership fees can be found here.

Requests for a reduced membership fee can be made by full members or new applicants for the membership. The request will be made in writing and lodged with the Secretary (secretary@intue.org). The request should include a clear argumentation of why the reduction of membership fee is required. If needed for the assessment, the Steering Committee may ask for additional written evidence or explanations to be provided.

Membership fee payments can be made by credit card using the secure online payment system provided by eWAY, by PayPal, or directly to the INTUE bank account. All transactions are processed in Australian dollars (AUD). When making an online credit card payment to INTUE, card details are transmitted through a secure server using eWAY. Card data are not hosted by INTUE during and after processing. During the credit card and PayPal payment processes, you will need to provide the required personal information. The way in which we collect, use, disclose, store, secure, and dispose your personal information is described in our Privacy Policy. For details required to make a direct transaction to the INTUE bank account, please send an inquiry to secretary@intue.org.

 

Become a member

To sign up for INTUE membership please complete this form. Your membership application will be assessed by the Steering Committee, and you will receive a notification email once your membership account is verified. This may take up to a week, but we usually process the applications within a day. We may require applicants to provide written evidence on meeting the INTUE membership criteria that are specified in our Constitution, if sufficient information about this is not available on the Internet.