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Building Biomedical Engineering Capability in Rwanda

Building Biomedical Engineering Capability in Rwanda

Written by Ram Ramabhadran, PhD I was offered an opportunity to teach biomedical engineering June 9-20, 2014 in Kigali, Rwanda by Engineering World Health (EWH), a Durham, NC-based non-profit organization. I...

EWH Searches for International Certification for Honduras

EWH Searches for International Certification for Honduras

Written by Erin Coonahan With EWH’s BMET Training program in Honduras coming to a close in September, the focus now is on a successful transition of all leadership and responsibility to...

Studies Find BMET Programs Dramatically Increase Use of Life-Saving Medical Equipment in Africa, Central America, & Asia

Studies Find BMET Programs Dramatically Increase Use of Life-Saving Medical Equipment in Africa, Central America, & Asia

RESEARCH STUDIES FIND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN PROGRAMS BY ENGINEERING WORLD HEALTH AND GE FOUNDATION DRAMATICALLY INCREASE USE OF LIFE-SAVING MEDICAL EQUIPMENT IN AFRICA, CENTRAL AMERICA AND ASIA From 40-72% of hospital...

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