AAMI’s Technology Management Council (TMC) sponsers the National HTM (Health Technology Management) Week.

This AAMI webpage list some resources for Health Technology Management Week

AAMI stands for Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, and is dedicated to advancing safety in medical technology.

HTM (Health Technology Management) is a new name being adopted by many progressive Biomed/Clinical Engineering Departments see this article for more information.

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The cornerstone for ACCES was laid in November of 2006. We began with a meeting of interested CE professionals hosted in Moncton. This visionary group became the foundation team which launched regional discussions in 2006. These conversations evolved and grew through 2007. The 2008 spring conference in Newfoundland was followed by our incorporation as the Atlantic Canada Clinical Engineering Society in the late summer of 2008.

It’s official! ACCES17 / CMBES35 Joint Conference 2012 will take place in Halifax from June 19th to the 22nd. This will be a joint conference with the Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society and Atlantic Canada Clinical Engineering Society held at the Westin Hotel near Pier 21.

The Atlantic Canada Clinical Engineering Society (ACCES) officially came to exist in April 2008. 

As ACCES’s first president I am pleased to have the opportunity to recognize the efforts of the many volunteers who worked behind the scenes for those first 18 months before our official launch. Without their support and vision this would not have been possible.  I would especially like to thank the team in Moncton, and particularly Paul Auffrey for his dedication and determination which launched and continually delivered the Moncton Biomedical Conference for more than a decade.

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The staff at Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital celebrated Biomed May 22nd to 28th.

As part of Biomed they set up a the following display outside the Cafeteria.

Special Thanks to Mike Smith and Zandra Rubinger.

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A Great Success

The first ever national Clinical Engineering week was announced by the Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society (CMBES) this past winter. The week is intended to recognize the biomedical engineering technologists, technicians, clinical engineers and other medical technology professional that uniquely serve Canadian healthcare and patients. The inaugural week dates, March 1-8, were chosen to coincide with National Engineering week.

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Hi Folks         

It has been a very busy 3 weeks. The nomination process for executive slots in the new society netted a director nominee per position so that all openings were filled by acclamation.