Post Graduate Qualifications
The Australasian Association for Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory Medicine Inc (AACB) offers two post-graduate qualifications to eligible AACB Members, namely, Member of the AACB (MAACB) and Fellow of the AACB (FAACB).
Both qualifications are highly regarded in the laboratory medicine community and demonstrate a commitment to excellence in the laboratory and improving the practice of clinical biochemistry and laboratory medicine.
What does having an MAACB or and FAACB mean for you?
- Academic recognition: The MAACB and FAACB qualifications meet the Australian Qualifications Framework criteria for Level 9 (Masters degree) and Level 10 (Doctoral degree), respectively.
- Professional Recognition: The FAACB qualification is recognised by the National Pathology Accreditation Advisory Committee (NPAAC) in the latest Standard on Requirements for Supervision of Laboratories.
- Professional Recognition: The MAACB and FAACB qualifications are widely recognised and respected within the field of clinical biochemistry and laboratory medicine in the Australasian region. Holding these qualifications signifies your commitment to the profession and your expertise in the field.
- Professional activities: MAACB and FAACB members may be invited to participate in the professional activities of the AACB.
- Continuing Professional Development: MAACB and FAACB qualifications signify a commitment to ongoing learning and professional development.
- Quality Assurance: MAACB and FAACB qualifications signify a commitment to quality and best practices in clinical biochemistry and laboratory medicine.
- Leadership Opportunities: Possession of a MAACB or FAACB represents a higher level of expertise and experience.
- Career Advancement: Earning the MAACB and FAACB qualifications may open up various career opportunities and enhance your professional standing. Employers in the healthcare industry may see candidates with the MAACB and FAACB qualifications as being desirable for positions in clinical laboratories.
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