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Welcome to the new ibms.org.
We have re-vamped the website, re-organised navigation, change the design to a more minimalist approach and layout new page structures. The changes were partly shaped by comments in the IBMS survey completed by members and non-members in early 2012.
The new website aims to help you get the most out of your membership and to support your career as a biomedical scientist.
We aim to develop the website to how you use it and how we can improve our support to our members.
The new website has merged the two public and members navigations into one horizontal navigation. The navigation has been re-organised but we are hoping that this will allow you to more easily and intuitively find information.
There are four levels of navigation and the top three are visible in the fly-out menus from the horizontal bar. All four levels of navigation also display when you visit any of the main sections.
The most popular pages are now online CPD, including the eportfolio, and JBL is now in the practice & development section. The Biomedical Scientist archive is now in media and publications. Events and get involved are now in the biomedical science section.
The one navigation has absorbed the members area so that member features previously found in a contained members area are now found across the one navigation, in their logical sections.
For example, online CPD is found in practice & development section and its page can be seen in public on the one navigation. However, its features and content are only visible when you login and you can do this on every web page to display member only content.
There are no changes on the website to the login or registration.
There may be a number of reasons why you are having problems logging in.
Please visit our help page for further information.
The home page has been re-worked with new slideshow function, banner, feature panels and twitter / RSS feed. The banner will improve access to key pages such as login and registration.
Part of the planned improvements will better integrate the online CPD portfolio. The survey findings and ongoing statistical analysis suggest this function is highly valued by the members.