The CITG consists of individuals who work in various areas pertaining to children’s issues. The CITG seeks to foster the exchange of information among members and to promote the development and application of human factors data and principles to improve children’s HFE.
Although most CITG members are also members of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, CITG membership may be obtained separately as well.
BENEFITS TO MEMBERSHIP
The Child Issues Technical Group, like other technical groups within HFES, performs a variety of functions and services for its members. In addition to sponsoring technical sessions at the annual meeting of the Society, the CITG conducts special symposia on topics of interest to members. A newsletter is sent to all members two to three times each year.
Additional information on the CITG can be obtained by contacting HFES.