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Website account application instructions

Please read these instructions carefully - thank you!

  • In order to join AQMLM and/or sign up and pay for our events, you must create a website account
  • You make an application using the Message area of the Contact page online form
  • In the message area, you are asked to provide your basic profile information (you may cut and paste the following fields to guide you if you wish)
    • title, first name & surname
    • work email
    • personal email
    • work phone
    • mobile phone
    • department
    • organisation
    • organisation address
    • job title
    • quality role
    • lab medicine speciality
  • When this information is received, (usually the next day) the website administrator enters this information into the main database and emails you with your username and temporary password
  • On receipt, you should sign in using the details provided, go to your 'My Account' area, complete at least the required fields of your profile and change your password to something more memorable
  • Whilst signed in, you may then join AQMLM by following the links under the Membership tab, paying the £25 fee with a credit card via PayPal (no PayPal account needed)
  • If there is an up coming event open for registration, an alternative would be to visit the Forthcoming Events page and purchase the non-members event fee, as this will upgrade you to full membership, which will be processed and actioned manually by the website administrator within a day or so
  • If you join AQMLM after 1st July or the event you have signed up for is after 1st July, your membership will be rolled over to include the next subscription year (1st October - 30th September)
  • You or your organisation may choose to pay for membership or events by cheque or BACS but the charges will be slightly higher and the process will take longer; we much prefer members to pay online and then claim reimbursement
  • We no longer support invoicing against purchase orders, as we have experienced long delays with payment from some Trusts, and are expending too much effort chasing payment.


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