The First Global Clinical Engineering Day
The International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering’s Clinical Engineering Division, in collaboration with the World Health Organization and clinical engineering associations from many countries are hosting the first Global Clinical Engineers (CE) Day on Oct. 21.
This date commemorates the first International Clinical Engineering and Health Technology Management Congress, which was held in Hangzhou, China last year, and serves as an opportunity to recognize the important contributions clinical engineers make to improving international health and wellness.
The first Global Clinical Engineering Day will be celebrated around the world. On that day, for 24 hours, the website http://global.icehtmc.com will feature interviews with members of the Clinical Engineering community, highlighting associations from around the world, chat rooms, and streaming videos showing off various Clinical Engineering roles and functions.
Professor Daniel Clarke, Head of Clinical Engineering at Nottingham University Hospitals, will deliver a talk from Warwick University at 12 noon local time on Healthcare Technology Innovation & the Future
Don’t miss this inaugural worldwide celebratory event.