IBCMT

FAQ

IBCMT aims at international recognition and approval of its Certificates with medical boards and governmental authorities.

IBCMT will assist you in preparing for legal procedures, to put together formal presentations to medical boards and to make oral presentations when requested. IBCMT will assist you to set up training programs for your staff, conducting workshops and administer examinations in your country.

IBCMT will inform potential patients at their request, which Board Clinical Metal Toxicologists are practicing in their area.

IBCMT will keep you updated on the newest developments in Clinical Metal Toxicology. This will be recorded in the regularly updated protocols. The developments in Clinical Metal Toxicology are fast and extensive.

The IBCMT Secretariat is indispensable in handling all requests, preparing meetings, processing the results of the meetings and the examinations IBCMT will offer directorship on their Board to represent your country, when such a position becomes available. Those services require a full-time attention.

IBCMT has a website, to serve you with regularly updated information and to communicate about your activities, experiences and questions via its Forum.

IBCMT CMT’s have the privilege to purchase nutritional supplements, lab services and chelation accessories for reduced prices (check with the secretariat).

Your contribution is not used for salaries or expenses of the Board Members. They voluntary offer their services.

IBCMT and ICIM are two different entities. IBCMT is the examining and certifying board for Clinical Metal Toxicology. It does not primarily teach, although it assists in advising and setting up teaching organizations. ICIM is an organization that teaches Integrative Medicine. ICIM may conduct IBCMT approved workshops, preparing for the Board Certification.

Examples of IBCMT -approved teaching organizations are: ICIM in the USA, AUSCAM in Australia, the Hong Kong Foundation for Biomedical Research on Toxic Metals, the Indonesian Association of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (IACAM), the Philippine College of Integrative Medicine, and NZCTA in New Zealand.

An educational organization is not supposed to be mixed up with an examining and certifying body, such as IBCMT. The conflict of interest is too obvious.