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    2019 ACCE Awards

    Call for Nominations! 2019 ACCE Awards

    Lifetime Achievement Award, Marv Shepherd Patient Safety Award, Challenge Award, Tom O'Dea Advocacy Award,  Professional Achievement in Management/Manaerial Excellence Award, Professional Development in Technology/Professional Development Award, Antonio Hernandez International Clinical Engineering Award, ACCE/HTF International Organization Award, CE-HTM Champion Award.

    Please take time to nominate worthy colleagues today or contact students to submit their papers.  Just email Nomination Form  with recommended individual(s), justification(s) to awards@accenet.org by Sunday, December 9, 2018. ​

         

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    AIMBE Opportunities for Students and Trainees

    ​As Student/Candidates members of ACCE, you are entitled to the following benefits.

    First, make sure you are registered to attend AIMBE’s Public Policy Institute for Rising Leaders on October 29-30, 2018 in Washington, DC. This forum—offering travel awards to underrepresented minority students with a September 14 applications deadline—allows trainees to understand the public policy landscape shaping medicine and engineering. Keynote speaker Dr. Keith Yamamoto, UCSF’s first Chancellor for Science Policy, will kick-off the two-day event in Washington, DC. Click here for program and travel award details.

     The AIMBE FDA Scholars Program is seeking distinguished post docs to participate in a 1-year appointment at the FDA. AIMBE has a wonderful partnership with academia, industry, and the Centers for Devices and Radiological Health at FDA. I’ll be looking for your recommendations for your trainees to participate in this highly competitive program. 

    Applications are due by December 5, 2018 for the 2019-2020 program year. (Only U.S. citizens are eligible at this time.) Click here for more information. 

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    ACCE Educational Webinar - December 13, 2018

    Time to register for ACCE December 13th Webinar: Project Management - Best Practices in Clinical Settings 

    Date: Thursday, December 13, 2018

    Time: 12:00PM-1:00PM (EST)

    Location: Online

    Speaker: Warren Chandler, MBA. Assistant CIO at Stanford Health

    Synopsis:

    A key component of Biomedical Engineering is to act as the project manager for medical equipment being installed throughout hospitals. Some installations prove to be more labor intensive than others, i.e. fleet replacement of vital signs monitors vs. construction of a hybrid OR.

    In this session, best practices of project management will be provided to the attendees as advisement and serve to bolster a more robust project management schema in the field of Biomedical Engineering.

    To register, click here

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    2018-19 ACCE Educational Webinar Series

    2018-19 ACCE Educational Webinar Series

    Brought to you by the ACCE Education Committee. 10 monthly webinars starting September 13, 2018.

    09/13/18:Security Patching for Medical DevicesSession Description:With a growing number of clinical systems and corresponding threats to security, management of clinical systems is more crucial than ever. Learn how to manage the exception list for Windows patches and how you can best handle disaster recovery efforts. This management has become more complicated as previously small groups of dedicated engineers have been consolidated into larger enterprise management groups that thrive on efficiency and standardization. Integrating clinical systems into the workflow of a large enterprise server management group is a challenge but worth the reward if implemented successfully.

    ​​Registration Form (Countries in Column#1)​

    Registration Form (Countries in Columns 2, 3, 4)​

     

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What's New

​FDA Public Workshop - Medical Device Servicing and Remanufacturing Activities, December 10-11, 2018. To submit comments and register click here​
ACCE video​ - 2018 Clinical Engineering Day celebration
ACCE is one of AIMBE's Council of Societies, a collective Voice for Action and advocate for the valueof medical and biological engineering to society.  Here the most recent Flash Issues​ Get involved! College of Fellows 
ACCE's Support to keeping Medical Devices in states' "Right-to-Repair" legislation.  Click here ​to read letter stating ACCE's position in support of New Hampshire's HB.1733 right-to-repair legislation and the inclusion of medical devices in that legislation (similar letters are being send to other states in support of their respective right-to-repair bills.

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