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Structure: Fellows, Emeritus and Honorary Members

 

Members that have made a distinguished contribution to the development or either the association or profession can be awarded one of three honorary titles - Honorary, Emeritus or Fellow. Nominations are invited annually from the ACB regions and are approved at the association AGM at its annual FOCUS meeting.

EMERITUS MEMBERS

Persons who have been Ordinary Members of the Association for at least ten years and have retired from full-time employment and who have made an exceptional contribution to the objects of the Association may, on the recommendation of Council and by a majority of at least two-thirds of those voting at a General Meeting, be elected Emeritus Members of the Association.

A List of Emeritus Members can be found here

FELLOW OF THE ASSOCIATION

Persons who have been Ordinary or Affiliate Members of the Association for at least ten preceding consecutive years and have retired from full-time employment may, on the recommendation of Council and by a majority of at least two-thirds of those voting at a General Meeting, be elected to the category of Fellow of the Association.

The recipients have made a significant contribution to the profession in one or more of the following areas:

  • Continually led and instigated changes to meet the needs of Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory Medicine services on behalf of a region or nationally.
  • Developed exceptional educational and/or training facilities for the profession.
  • Led in setting up and developing, over a considerable period of time, a well-respected and valued specialised service that had a major impact either within a region or nationally.
  • Raised the profile of the profession over many years, within the lay or clinical community, either regionally or nationally.

A List of Fellows of the Association can be found here

HONORARY MEMBERS

Persons who have made a distinguished contribution to Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory Medicine at international level may, following the recommendation of Council and by a majority of at least two-thirds of those voting at a General Meeting, be elected Honorary Members of the Association.

A List of Honorary Members can be found here

ACB Award Winners 2017

 

ACB Award Winners 2017
(From left to right)
Ed Lamb - President's Shield
David Vallance - Fellow
Gwyn McCreanor (ACB President)
Philip Wenham - Emeritus
David Bullock - Fellow
Updated 30 August 2017

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