The first international BLS day was celebrated in 1997 after it was established in Oslo, 1996.

1997 Biomedical Science - The Key to the Cure: Tuberculosis

1998 Biomedical Science - The Key to Transfusion Safety

1999 Biomedical Science - The Key to Control of Diabetes

2000 Biomedical Laboratory Science - The Key to the Diagnosis of Communicable Diseases

2001 Biomedical Laboratory Science - The Key to Understanding the Genetic Basis of Disease

2002 Biomedical Laboratory Science - The Key to the Diagnosis of Food- and Waterborne disease

2003 - 2004 Public Health Care in Biomedical Science

2005 - 2006 Biomedical Laboratory Science - The Key to the Identification of Emerging Infectious Diseases

2007 - 2008 Contributing to the Health of Mothers and Children

2009 - 2010 Cancer Today Find the Cause - Tomorrow Find the Cure
 

2011 - 2012 The Role of Biomedical Laboratory Scientists in the Global Management of Communicable Diseases

2013 - 2014 IFBLS Code of Ethics - Your Duty To the Client, To the Profession, To the global society
 

2015 - 2016 Patient Safety First

2017 - 2018 Antibiotic Resistance - Biomedical Laboratory Scientists respond to the global threat

2019 - 2020 Non Communicable Diseases - The role of Biomedical Laboratory Scientists in Detection, Screening and Treatment

2021 - 2022 Testing Times - Biomedical Laboratory Scientists roles in the Covid-19 Pandemic