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Tom Judd (USA)
Tom Judd (USA)Chair 2018-2021
Yadin David (USA)
Yadin David (USA)Coopted Member 2018-2021
Paolo Lago (Italy)
Paolo Lago (Italy)Elected Member 2015-2021
Leandro Pecchia (UK)
Leandro Pecchia (UK)Treasurer 2018-2024
Fabiola Martínez (Mexico)
Fabiola Martínez (Mexico)Elected Member 2018-2024
Saide Jorge Calil (Brazil)
Saide Jorge Calil (Brazil)Proposed Coopted Member 2018-2021
Stefano Bergamasco (Italy)
Stefano Bergamasco (Italy)Secretary 2018-2024
Mladen Poluta (South Africa)
Mladen Poluta (South Africa)Elected Member 2015-2021
Almir Badnjevic (Bosnia & Herzegovina)
Almir Badnjevic (Bosnia & Herzegovina)Elected Member 2018-2024
Kallirroi Stravrianou
Kallirroi StravrianouSecretariat
James Wear (USA)
James Wear (USA)Coopted Member 2018-2021
Li Bin (China)
Li Bin (China)Proposed Coopted Member 2018-2021
Adriana Velázquez (Mexico)
Adriana Velázquez (Mexico)WHO Advisor
 
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CED Vision Statement

To be an international federation for developing and promoting of the clinical engineering profession resulting in improvement of global healthcare delivery through the advancement of safe and effective innovation, management and deployment of healthcare technology.

The International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE) is the only international professional federation that has a Clinical Engineering Division focusing specifically on the life cycle management of healthcare technology and embracing all those who professionally practice in the clinical engineering field, whether in academic institutions, health care facilities, industry, business, voluntary sector, or government.

CED Mission Statement

  • To advance worldwide learning, research, knowledge, deployment and communication of healthcare technology management within the clinical engineering community and its understanding by other stakeholders.
  • To promote global communication, networking, and understanding of challenges related to healthcare technology management.
  • To define and promote an international body of knowledge, skills and competences on which the profession of clinical engineering can be practiced in various clinical settings.
  • To advance and disseminate worldwide safety tools and effective decision-making processes within the healthcare technology management system.
  • To define and promote quality standards in clinical engineering practices worldwide.
  • To stimulate innovation and efficient use of technology-related resources in healthcare worldwide.
  • To internationally represent and advocate the interests of the profession of clinical engineers and their global exchange.
  • To encourage, through education and training, clinical engineering practices and processes worldwide.
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  1. Nicholas Adjabu, Ghana
  2. John Adlington, Ireland
  3. Phillip Anyango, Kenya
  4. Hussein Ashenafi, Ethiopia
  5. Mohammad Ameel, India
  6. Roberto Ayala, Mexico
  7. Ajai Basil, India
  8. Abdul Basit, United Kingdom
  9. Tunkcay Bayrak, Turkey
  10. Paula Berrio, Colombia
  11. Cathy Blanc-Gonnet, France
  12. Zhivko Bliznakov, Bulgaria
  13. George Boadu, Ghana
  14. Herberth Bravo, Mexico
  15. Lúcio F. de Magalhães B, Brazil
  16. Sam Byamukama, Uganda
  17. Mario Castañeda, USA
  18. Anthony Chan, Canada
  19. Michael Cheng, Canada
  20. Emilio Chiarolla, Italy
  21. Dan Clark, United Kingdom
  22. Tobey Clark, USA
  23. Bruce Compton, USA
  24. Murilo Contó, Brazil
  25. Ismael Cordero, USA
  1. Anthony Easty, Canada
  2. Mar Elena, Spain
  3. Bukola Esan, Nigeria
  4. Maria Paula Esquivel, Costa Rica
  5. Riad Farah, Lebanon
  6. Alexandre Ferreli, Brazil
  7. Luis E. Fernández A, Mexico
  8. Giuseppe Fico, Spain
  9. Monique Frize, Canada
  10. Keiko Fukuta, Japan
  11. Pedro Galvin, Paraguay
  12. Beatriz Galeano, Colombia
  13. Andrea Garcia, Colombia
  14. Renato Garcia, Brazil
  15. Lorena Garza, Mexico
  16. Bill Gentles, Canada
  17. German Giles, Argentina
  18. Peter Grainger, Ireland
  19. Steve Grimes, USA
  20. Lejla Gurbeta, Bosnia & Herzegovina
  21. Liam Hackett, Ireland
  22. Alexandre Hermini, Brazil
  23. Antonio Hernandez, USA
  24. Fred Hosea, Ecuador
  25. Tashi Penjore, Bhutan
  1. Nils-Erik Pettersson, Sweden
  2. Ernesto Iadanza, Italy
  3. Hiro Igeta, Japan
  4. Gabriela Jimenez, Mexico
  5. Baki Karaboce, Turkey
  6. Tadayuki Kawasaki, Japan
  7. Baset Khalaf, South Africa
  8. Niranjan Khambete, India
  9. Zheng Kun, China
  10. Alexandre Lemgruber, USA
  11. Marcelo Lencina, Argentina
  12. Lorenzo Leogrande, Italy
  13. Damas Magesa, Tanzania
  14. Melvin Mazid, Australia
  15. Mario Medvedec, Croatia
  16. Claudio Meirovich, Spain
  17. Shauna Mullally, Canada
  18. Salome Mwaura, Kenya
  19. Busola Oronti, Nigeria
  20. Maurice Page, France
  21. Frank Painter, USA
  22. Nicolas Pallikarakis, Greece
  23. Christophe Parret, France
  24. Ledina Picari, Albania
  25. Adrian Richards, Australia
  1. Rossana Rivas, Peru
  2. Alfonso Rosales, Costa Rica
  3. Mario Forjaz Secca, Mozambique
  4. Jitendar Sharma, India
  5. Ricardo Silva, Venezuela
  6. Stanley Siu, Hong Kong
  7. Elliot Sloane, USA
  8. SOMIB, Mexico
  9. Costica Uwitonze, Rwanda
  10. Adriana Velazquez, Switzerland
  11. Ale Velez, Mexico
  12. Mery Vidal, Peru
  13. Sam Wanda, Uganda
  14. IFMBE WGAA, Africa
  15. Jun Yoshioka, Japan
  16. Ewa Zalewska, Poland
  17. Martha Zequera, Colombia
  18. Hanzhong Zhang, NHIC/MOH SSPO
  19. Yachay Tech University, Ecuador
  20. Nelson Escobar, Colombia
  21. Javier García, Colombia
  22. James Keller, USA
  23. Renato Hamilton, Brazil
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Here’s a link to our parent organization, the International Federation of Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE), describing our relationship to IFMBE and the rationale for the Clinical Engineering Division.