MABS invites eligible individuals to become official members of the association.
Membership allows you to become more connected with the Maltese network of Medical Laboratory Scientists. Together with the association, you will be contributing towards the development of the profession and investing in your career.
The association offers two types of membership:
Council membership for qualified and practising Medical Laboratory Scientists giving them membership and voting rights
Associate Membership (non-voting) for students or other partners.
Membership is valid for one year and must be renewed annually.
Council Membership is open to Medical Laboratory Scientists who are registered with the Council for Professions Complementary to Medicine (CPCM).
Students reading for a B.Sc (Hons) in Applied Biomedical Science can also apply for an Associate Membership until certified by the council. Associate memberships are accepted at the discretion of the Executive Committee.
Discounted registration fees when attending events organised by the Association
Networking opportunities – Gaining important links to other Professional Bodies, both locally and abroad.
Opportunity to voice your opinion when giving recommendations regarding the profession to Health Authorities.
Support and guidance for grant applications, and funding of small-scale research
Access to online e-learning platform with educational material.
A registration fee: 5 Euros
(one time payment when enrolling the first time)
Council Membership (1year): 20 Euros
Associate Membership(1year): 15 Euros
*Payments are fully refundable by those eligible to CPD scheme
How to apply?
Read through our website to understand what the association stands for and decide which type of membership is appropriate for you.
Fill in our Online Application Form
Download the Application Form and hand it to the steering committee
Pay the membership fee with any member of the steering committee in order to confirm your membership
Support your profession and get involved!
Members are encouraged to be active units within the association. Individuals may choose to contribute by forming part of the leading executive committee, or assigned specific tasks in subcommittees. Additionally members are encouraged to suggest innovative ideas related to relevant issues, events, and training to the committee and aid in actualising them.