College Networks

If you want to go fast, go alone.

If you want to go far, go together.



Not just message boards– a place to work and learn together.

When I came here, I was looking for a community. Then I realised I was helping to create one.

ECLAM uses for group networking. Join a group by subscription, and share a number of built-in functions with your colleagues.

A site has message boards, which are email addresses that broadcast information to every member of the group– no more individual mailing lists with their potential for bounced emails and spam filtering.

In addition, each group shares a small area for files and photos, a member contact list, a chat system, a calendar, and even a wiki. All members can contribute equally.

To date, both Council and the website redesign groups have used their groups for over a year. The Secretariat is always available for help when needed.

To join one of our groups, complete the form to request a subscription invitation from the Secretariat.



The Diplomates’ group is for discussions among all Diplomates (Certified, Non-Certified and Retired).



Those currently in training have a place to meet, exchange ideas, and offer mutual support.

Exam Candidates

For those sitting their exams in a given year, this group is a place to discuss preparations for the examinations, such as dates, locations and schedules.



The central work site for the Examinations Committee.



The central work site for the Training Committee.


The central work site for the Credentials Committee.

Find publications by Diplomates and Residents

We have a free online library of publications, still under construction. To search it and read publicly-available articles, join our Mendeley group here.