The Canadian Board of Occupational Medicine is accepting new applications for examinations leading to Certificate status (CCBOM) and Associate status (ACBOM) to be held in September.
Physicians currently in the full or part-time practice of occupational medicine may be eligible to sit these exams.
An Associate of the Canadian Board of Occupational Medicine (ACBOM) has completed a written examination in which they have demonstrated satisfactory knowledge of occupational health principles.
A Certificant of the Canadian Board of Occupational Medicine (CCBOM) has at least three years of relevant experience and has successfully completed both an oral and a written examination.
A Fellow of the Canadian Board of Occupational Medicine (FCBOM) has at least five years of relevant experience, has successfully completed both an oral and a written examination, and has prepared and defended a research report which has contributed to the state of the art in occupational medicine.
There are currently 200 members (of all levels) of the Canadian Board of Occupational Medicine. Many of these individuals also hold Diplomas in Occupational Medicine, Master’s Degrees in Occupational Medicine, or have Royal College Certification. If you are interested in any of the CBOM certification levels, please refer to the eligibility requirements section of the website or contact the CBOM Office, at CBOM@secretariatcentral.com.