Day 1 - AAMI Exchange 2019 Videos & Presentations

IFMBE CED Board and Collaborators assisted AAMI Exchange 2019 and gathered interesting materials for you, access them here!

1. Introduction by our chairman Tom Judd


How You Can Contribute to CE-HTM
Around the World – Bottom Up, Part A

Learn how individual volunteer Clinical Engineers, HTM and Corporate Leaders are working to implement practical and proven methods on how equipment is donated, prepared, delivered, installed and serviced in second and third world communities. Hear the panel discuss the do’s and don’ts of being involved in the lifecycle management of medical equipment in these global settings.


2. IMPLEMENTING A COMPREHENSIVE EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM


3. TRIMEDX FOUNDATION


4. BIOMEDICAL SUPPORT IN A LOW RESOURCE ENVIRONMENT


5. CONTRIBUTIONS TO HTM GLOBALLY


6. ROY MORRIS, CBET


Global Best Practices in CE-HTM, Part A

A 2018 World Health Organization survey showed over 800,000 CE-HTM practitioners (CEs & BMETs) globally. These two sessions and 12 presenters will highlight some of our global colleagues’ CE-HTM best practices as captured in a 2018 published study showing 400 CE Success Stories from 125 countries.


7. CE-HTM NATIONAL SOCIETY IN MEXICO: SOMIB


8. CLINICAL ENGINEERING STANDARDS OF PRACTICE FOR CANADA AND THE PEER REVIEW PROCESS


9. GLOBAL BEST PRACTICES IN HTM/CE - PART A


10. BEST PRACTICES IN HTM


11. WORKING GROUP ON AFRICA ACTIVITY (WGAA) OF IFMBE GLOBAL BEST PRACTICE IN HTM

 


12. CLINICAL ENGINEERING IN HONG KONG


13. CLINICAL ENGINEER SYSTEM IN JAPAN


JSMI: Medical Device Incident Reporting and Investigations in the U.S. and Japan

This session will provide useful advice on succeeding in clinical and biomedical engineering (BME) competencies and discuss medical device incident reporting and investigations in the US and Japan. A variety of forensic engineering case studies involving device-related patient injuries and deaths will also be presented to support the concepts, processes, and value in doing such incident investigations.


14. TELEMEDICINE IN JAPAN


15. JAPANESE CLINICAL ENGINEERS


16. MEDICAL DEVICE INCIDENT / MEDICAL ACCIDENT REPORTING SYSTEM IN JAPAN


17. LESSONS LEARNED FROM MEDICAL DEVICE-RELATED PATIENT INJURIES AND DEATHS


 


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