An individual who has completed the certification process is eligible to become a Fellow of the CACB, and to append FCACB after other academic qualifications. Following certification a separate application to the CACB is required to become a fellow.
Requirements for Fellowship
All applicants for Fellowship must be Full Members of the Canadian Society of Clinical Chemists and must meet one of the following requirements:
|1.||Possess Certification in Clinical Chemistry/Biochemistry as issued by the Canadian Academy of Clinical Biochemistry (CACB)/Canadian Society of Clinical Chemists (CSCC).|
|2.||Possess a Specialist Certificate in Clinical Biochemistry issued by the Ordre des Chemistes du Quebec (OCQ) since 2000.|
|3.||Possess Fellowship in Medical Biochemistry, be a member of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in good standing, and work in the field of Medical Biochemistry.|
|4.||Must have successfully completed a two (or more) year accredited Clinical Chemistry/Biochemistry training program and be a doctoral certified member or Fellow of an approved Foreign Academy of Clinical Chemistry/Biochemistry1 and be successful in the CACB Oral examination2.|
1 Currently acceptable designations are Diplomate of the American Board of Clinical Chemistry (DABCC) or Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists (FRCPath).
2 Applicants who wish to apply under Requirement #4 shall be required to take the CACB Oral examination. Upon passing the Oral examination, they are not deemed to be certified but are deemed to have met the requirement for Fellowship.