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Getting certified as a clinical engineer shows a lot of professionalism and responsibility in the hospital workplace. When you have clinical engineers that have been evaluated by their peers and showed continuing advancement in their field it holds a certain prestige that is comparable to the physician and nurses who give care in a hospital. 

It not only promotes the profession but gives credibility to a field that is otherwise less commonly known in the biomedical engineering branch.

​Marie-Ange Janvier, PhD, CCE, P.Eng.​

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Created at 6/25/2019 4:58 AM by administrator
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