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I have been fortunate to be asked to write a blog for the IMechE about healthcare engineering to support their campaign in this area. This builds on some of my previous writings in this blog. If you want to read … Continue reading
This is the second of two blogs about working as an engineer. Direct engineering technical skills can help in many areas of healthcare for example, in clinical engineering roles such as those in nuclear medicine and in medical physics treating cancer patients , in … Continue reading