IBCMT

Certification

 Section 1 – FCMT

To be eligible to receive a certificate from the International Board of Clinical Metal Toxicology, as indicated by Fellowship of Clinical Metal Toxicologist, FCMT, the candidate must meet all of the following requirements. The candidate must:

 

Be a graduate of an approved school of medicine (MD, DO, DEC, MBBS or equivalent) and be familiar with and licensed to administration of intravenous treatments.

Be currently licensed to practice in the country, state, or territory where he/she conducts his practice

Have two letters of recommendation from Internationally Certified persons in Clinical Metal Toxicology.

 

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Section 2

Applicants desiring examination for FCMT certification must:

 

File an application which shall set forth the applicants qualifications for examination as stated in a, b, and c, of Section 1.

File such application with the secretary and/or the secretariat of the IBCMT by certified mail, sufficiently in advance of the next scheduled examination.

 

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Section 3

Prior to the issuance of the International Board of Clinical Metal Toxicology Certificate (FCMT) the candidate must:

 

Successfully complete the written examination, less than 4 years prior, before being eligible to take the oral examination.

Successfully complete oral examination before being proposed for Board Certification

Show evidence by letter of affidavit of being responsible for the administration of chelation treatments to the satisfaction of the Examining Board of sufficient intravenous chelation treatments and /or cases of oral chelation and/or a mixture of oral/intravenous/percutaneous/per rectal/intramuscular routes of administration provided that the methodology utilized is to the satisfaction of the IBCMT board.

Prior to oral examination, submit copies of complete records of six patients who have been chelated at least thirty times under his/her direct supervision and responsibility, and who have had post-treatment evaluation. These records shall comply with the “Guidelines” issued by the International Board of Clinical Metal Toxicology.

The candidate should have the appropriate license to practice intravenous infusions from their respective countries and be similarly formally registered for such practices.

The candidate should also have proper professional indemnity insurance to practice.

 

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Section 4

After successful completion of all examinations and requirements, the candidates will be proposed for certification by the International Board of Clinical Metal Toxicology as a Clinical Metal Toxicologist with the privilege of utilizing intravenous administration of chelating agents, (FMCT), but with respect of the local health authorities standing.

 

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Section 5 – MCMT

To be eligible to receive a certificate from the International Board of Clinical of Metal Toxicology, as indicated by Membership of Clinical Metal Toxicologist requirements, (as indicated by MCMT), the candidate must meet all of the following:

 

Be a graduate of an approved school of medicine (MD, DO, DEC, MBBS or related health field

Be currently licensed to practice in the country, state, or territory where he/she conducts his practice

Have two letters of recommendation from Internationally Certified persons in Clinical Metal Toxicology.

 

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Section 6

Applicants desiring examination for MCMT certification must:

 

File an application which shall set forth the applicants qualifications for examination as stated in a, b, and c, of Section 1.

File such application with the secretary and/or the secretariat of the IBCMT by certified mail, sufficiently in advance of the next scheduled examination.

 

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Section 7

Prior to the issuance of the International Board of Clinical Metal Toxicology Certificate (MCMT) the candidate must:

 

Successfully complete the written examination, less than 4 years prior, before being eligible to take the oral examination.

Successfully complete oral examination before being proposed for Board Certification

Show evidence by letter of affidavit of being responsible for the administration of sufficient cases of oral chelation and/or a mixture of oral/ percutaneous/per rectal/intramuscular routes of administration provided that the methodology utilized is to the satisfaction of the IBCMT board.

Prior to oral examination, submit copies of complete records of six patients who have been chelated at least thirty times under his/her direct supervision and responsibility, and who have had post-treatment evaluation. These records shall comply with the “Guidelines” issued by the International Board of Clinical Metal Toxicology.

The candidate should also have proper professional indemnity insurance to practice.

 

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Section 8 – MCMT

After successful completion of all examinations and requirements, the candidates will be proposed for certification by the International Board of Clinical Metal Toxicology as a Membership of Clinical Metal Toxicologist, MCMT, but not licensed for the intravenous administration of chelating agents.

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Section 9 – LCMT

To be eligible to receive a certificate from the International Board of Clinical Metal Toxicology, as indicated by Licentiate of Clinical Metal Toxicologist, LCMT, the candidate must meet all of the following requirements. The candidate must:

 

Be a graduate of an approved school of nursing or school for medical technical assistants, or its equivalents, and be familiar with the preparation and administration of intravenous treatments.

Be currently licensed to practice in the country, state, or territory where he/she conducts his practice

Have two letters of recommendation from Internationally Certified persons in Clinical Metal Toxicology.

 

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Section 10

Applicants desiring examination for LCMT certification must:

 

File an application which shall set forth the applicants qualifications for examination as stated in a, b, and c, of Section 1.

File such application with the secretary and/or the secretariat of the IBCMT by certified mail, sufficiently in advance of the next scheduled examination.

 

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Section 11

Prior to the issuance of the International Board of Clinical Metal Toxicology Certificate (LCMT) the candidate must:

 

Successfully complete the written examination, less than 4 years prior, before being eligible to take the oral examination.

Successfully complete oral examination before being proposed for Board Certification

Show evidence by letter of affidavit of having assisted or being responsible for the administration sufficient intravenous chelation treatments and /or cases of oral chelation and/or a mixture of oral/intravenous/percutaneous/per rectal/intramuscular routes of administration provided that the methodology utilized is to the satisfaction of the IBCMT board.

Prior to oral examination, submit copies of complete records of six patients who have been chelated at least thirty times under his/her direct supervision and responsibility, and who have had post-treatment evaluation. These records shall comply with the “Guidelines” issued by the International Board of Clinical Metal Toxicology.

The candidate should have the appropriate license to assist in the preparation and administration of intravenous infusions and other means of administration of chelating agents.

The candidate should also have proper professional indemnity insurance to practice.

 

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Section 12

 

The study material for the written examination is the Textbook of Clinical Metal Toxicology, 14th Edition, 2017, written by Peter J. VanDerSchaar. All questions of both the written examination or the online examination stem from this textbook. Everybody is encouraged to read as much literature regarding chelation as possible, but the purchase of this textbook is mandatory.

 

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Section 13

CERITFICATES DURING TRAINING FOR THE FINAL CERTIFICATE

 

C/CMT, candidate CMT, after qualifying for the written test. Validity 3 years. If they fail to re-certify, they will become a B/CMT (Basic). C/CMT may practice i.v. chelation if properly licensed

B/CMT. Basic CMT. For those candidate who partly failed the written test.

 

They need to sit again for the written test within 2 years. If they don’t take the written test within 2 years, they