Aims of INGID
The International Nursing Group for Immunodeficiencies (INGID) was formed in 1994 by nurses who were working with children and adults diagnosed with primary immunodeficiency disorders.
The aims of INGID are to improve and extend the quality of nursing care of patients with primary immune deficiencies, and to increase the awareness and understanding of primary immunodeficiencies amongst nurses.
INGID is run by the members for the members. It is managed by a Board of experienced immunology nurses who are elected at the INGID conference that is held every 2 years.
The General Meeting, open to all members and held during the Conference is the forum where major decisions are made by the members.
Contact details of the current members of the Board can be accessed from the INGID website.
We in INGID are really excited about our being involved in the next conference in Edinburgh, Sept 2017. If you have any questions please write to our secretary: email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you!