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June 29
What is the purpose of Clinical Engineering Certification? by Binseng WangEdit

As I stated in a Guest Column in the Set/Oct 1999 issue of the Journal of Clinical Engineering, is not only a way to distinguish oneself from others in the profession but “a highly useful tool to unite and advance the profession… Clinical engineers who have a long-range career plan in this field should … assume the responsibility of propagating certification as a means to advance the profession and assure their own survival.”​



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