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Testers Needed

AMLSN is inviting application from her interested members to participate in the upcoming test of our online platform. This test will comprise of new functionalities to be rolled out in the coming weeks. The testing process required by each tester will only be for about between 10 -20 minutes of your time after a successful registration.

Kindly click the link below to register your interest in being a tester for the AMLSN online platform.

Note: Only verified and approved applicants will be contacted with further instructions and testing schedules.


Application Closes Friday 8th November 2019

Testers Needed
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ATTENTION: Update on Membership Registration

This is to inform all members who have registered for AMLSN membership but are yet to receive a confirmation mail as at 25th September 2019 to kindly revisit the membership portal to confirm their registration. The above should be done in two steps:

1. Visit the site and try to register again from the membership page

If the above is successful, then kindly wait for a response to your application shortly. However, if you get a response that your details has already been registered, proceed to step 2.

2. If your details has already been registered but you are yet to get a confirmation mail, please send a mail to with the details of your registration for further assistance.

The reason the above step is necessary is due to the fact that some of the details submitted during registrations needs to be corrected so these have to be re-entered properly.

ATTENTION: Update on Membership Registration
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Annual Public Health Lecture

Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria

Invites you to her 13th Annual Public Health Lecture Series & 198th National Executive Council Meeting.

  • Hosting Branch: Akwa-Ibom
  • Venue: Ibom Hall, IBB Way, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State
  • Arrival: Thursday, April 25, 2019
  • Public Health Lecture: Friday, April 26, 2019
  • NEC meeting: Saturday, April 27, 2019.
  • Departure: Sunday, April 28, 2019.


  • The resurgence of Yellow Fever and intractable Lassa Fever Outbreaks – Ending the Dilemmas of Viral Hemorrhagic Fever in Nigeria. Professor Oyewole Tomori, Professor of Virology and the Chair National Lassa Fever Steering Committee.
  •  Ending the Dilemmas of Viral Hemorrhagic Fever in Nigeria: Rethinking country’s outbreak preparedness and emergency response. Chikwe Ihekweazu, Director General, Nigeria Centre for Disease Control
  • JCI 20 years of Health Care Improvement: The role of Accreditation in Medical Laboratory Quality Assurance. Ossama Salama, JCI Continent Director for Africa/Middle East

Click Here To Register


Annual Public Health Lecture
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