SfAM partners with a number of organisations to allow us to broaden our engagement and access new opportunities.
By working with other organisations, we can better serve our members and the public.
Working with other organisations, either though informal networks or more formal partnerships provides SfAM with greater efficiency and access to additional resources, giving us the flexibility to respond to the rapid and changing needs of our microbiological community.
Collaboration also allows us a more holistic approach to meeting SfAM member needs, giving them access to up-to-date information, new ideas and and more opportunities to gain workplace skills.
Our working groups allow SfAM to have a prominent and unified voice on policy and public affairs.
A diverse range of expertise is needed when it comes to establishing guidelines and standards - that's where our technical committees come into play.
These networks allow our policy work to effectively and quickly reach other organisations for maximum impact.