European Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (EFLM)
1993 Nice France
Founded 1993, Nice (France), as Forum of the European Societies of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (FESCC), under the auspices of B-XC1890 - International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (IFCC), when statutes were adopted and Board elected. Following merger with U-XE6626 - European Communities Confederation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (EC4), Jun 2007, Amsterdam (Netherlands), adopted current title. Until 23 Mar 2012, known under the acronym EFCC. Represents IFCC in Europe. EU Transparency Register: 400550533169-85.
Enhance patient care and improve outcomes by promoting and improving the scientific, professional and clinical aspects of clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine; ensure effective representation of laboratory medicine both at European Union level and to other pan-European and sub-regional bodies.
Events2021-05-16 | Munich, Germany – EuroMedLab Congress
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General Meeting (every 2 years); Executive Board. Committees; (5): Communications (C-C); Education and Training (C-ET); Profession (C-P); Quality and Regulations (C-QR); Science (C-S). Working Groups; Task and Finish Groups.
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