How can you join
The requirements are:
Having successfully passed the written examination offered by the IBCMT
after completion of an approved workshop. Having successfully passed an
oral examination administered by the examination committee of IBCMT.
This examination consists of questions as to knowledge of Chelation Therapy
and Clinical Metal Toxicology, and review of six patients charts.
Submission of six patient charts completed conform the guidelines provided by IBCMT.
Submission of ten Questions and Answers suitable for inclusion in future
written examinations. The questions must be in the form outlined by IBCMT
and must be referenced. The subjects for the questions are chosen by the examiners.
Submission of copies of the physician's diploma from his/her university,
a copy of the medical license, (or the license to administer i.v. therapies,
if applicable) a photo and an attestation letter as to the physician having
administered a minimum of 1000 chelations to his/her patients.
One has two years after the written examination to complete the oral examination
and at that time the six patient charts have to be submitted,
three years between the two examinations, but then, each year two have to be submitted,
totaling six charts, prior to taking the oral examination. Written examinations
are usually offered in combination with, or following a medical conference,
conducted by an IBCMT- approved teaching organization. Preferably, these conferences
will be conducted in multiple countries to make the exams accessible for as many
candidates as possible.
These conventions are also accessible for nurses and technicians interested
in the field of Clinical Metal Toxicology. IBCMT will offer them the same
written test to obtain a provisional certificate for further training within
their respective professions in Clinical Metal Toxicology.
If your country is planning a workshop on Clinical Metal Toxicology,
or meeting on alternative, integrative medicine, please contact Maria Kuijpers, our secretary.