Join Fuse and engage in world-class public health research, help build research capacity in the North East and support translation of research into practice through our extensive (inter)national and regional networks and groups. Fuse is keen to link with everyone working to improve the health and wellbeing of the population, whether you are an academic, or a policy and practice partner from health, local authority or a third sector organisation.
We have two membership categories:
Fuse Network Member. This category is for academic and practice partners who merely wish to stay in touch but who do not intend to engage closely with Fuse’s research programmes. It entitles you to:
Your commitment would simply be to keep your contact details up to date on our database, we will send e-mails periodically asking you to confirm or amend your details.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to join now.
Want a more active role? Become a Fuse associate.
This category is for academic and practice partners who wish to engage closely and actively with Fuse’s research programmes. It entitles you to:
Your commitment would be to keep your contact details up to date on our database, we will send e-mails periodically asking you to confirm or amend your details.
We expect members to contribute through the Fuse blog and attendance at events to enrich the contribution that Fuse makes to public health in the region and beyond. The expectation is that members attend at least one programme meeting and one Fuse research & knowledge exchange meeting each year (although we hope members will attend as many meeting as they can). We will monitor Fuse engagement to verify continued eligibility for membership and where deemed appropriate we may change your membership to a Network member as below.
We welcome applications from:
To apply to become an associate member please complete the associate membership application form.