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Medical/Biological/Clinical Engineering Providing a Safe Health Care Environment      


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BIOMEDEA III

September 23 -25, 2005

Institute of Biomedical Engineering (IBMT), University of Stuttgart

Stuttgart, Germany

 

BIOMEDEA Project Leader: Joachim Nagel, IBMT, University of Stuttgart

Local Organising Committee: Monika Nagel – chair. (biomedea@t-online.de)

Website: http://www.bmt.uni-stuttgart.de/biomedea/

Venue: University of Stuttgart City Campus, Keplerstrasse 17, Stuttgart

 

Participation: Representatives of European Biomedical Engineering programmes, professional societies, decision makers at a national and European level interested in biomedical/clinical engineering education and BME students.

Participants are expected to supply the organisers of the meeting with their comments to the documents they will receive prior to the meeting to enable the organisers to prepare a summary of opinions which will be the basis for the discussions at the workshops.

Participants are invited to bring a poster (90cm wide, 120 cm high) describing their BME/CE programmes and/or the status of quality assurance and accreditation, training, certification and continuing education in their universities, societies and countries. In order to reserve the necessary space, posters must be announced to the local organisers. 

 

 

Workshops:

  • Criteria and Guidelines for the Accreditation of Biomedical Engineering Programs in Europe

  • European Protocol for the Training of Clinical Engineers

  • European Protocol for the Certification and Continuing Education of Clinical Engineers

  • IFMBE International Register of Clinical Engineers

 

Symposium on Patient Safety:

Patient Safety - Biomedical/Clinical/Hospital Engineering Providing a Safe Health Care Environment.

The role of Biomedical/Clinical Engineering and Health Care Technology Assessment in the global issue of patient safety including the issues of the Essential Health Technologies, the Information Society and e-Health, WHO’s Health InterNetwork, International Standards of Medical Technologies, Resource Building, and the advantages of mandatory certification of CEs.

 

BIOMEDEA Outcome:

The outcome will be published for dissemination as a booklet with CD, and as downloadable files on the websites of IFMBE, EAMBES and their member societies.


Last update: Nov-08