International Federation of Biomedical Laboratory Science (IFBLS)
1954-06 Zurich Switzerland
Jun 1954, Zurich (Switzerland), as International Association of Medical Laboratory Technologists (IAMLT) -- Association internationale des technologistes de laboratoire médical -- Asociación Internacional de Técnicos de Laboratorios Médicos. Previously also referred to as Association internationale des techniciens de laboratoire médical. Current bylaws adopted 2014. Registered in accordance with Canadian law.
Promote worldwide: maintenance of high quality standards of practice in the delivery of quality health care; continuous development of quality biomedical laboratory technologists/scientists so as to meet the needs of their communities; practice of high ethical and professional values by biomedical laboratory technologists/scientists; active professional partnerships in health care at the international level; active participation of members in international activities.
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General Assembly of Delegates (every 2 years); Board of Directors; IFBLS Office, headed by Executive Administrator; Special Committees.
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