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In this time of crisis, hospitals and clinics in the US and around the world need to decide on the best risk management approaches to protect their medical staff since there is a limited supply of new N95s.

To address this issue, AAMI, AORN, and IAHCSMM are hosting this webinar featuring experts from N95DECON, a volunteer collective of scientists, engineers, clinicians, and students from universities across the US as well as professionals in the private sector. N95DECON seeks to review, collate, publish, and disseminate scientific information about N95 decontamination to help support decisions about decontamination and reuse. 

Tomorrow Fri, Apr 24, 2020 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM MST
Free Registration Here
Here are some resources you might find helpful. As always, your professional judgement and regulatory compliance should be incorporated:

Clinical Engineering at the Forefront

Here are some images we've gathered from Social Media Channels that include our great heroes working hard everyday!
Teamwork! @Cooper University Hospital @Cooper University Health Care
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WHO, UN Foundation and partners launch first-of-its-kind COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund
The fund launches with major support already lined up, including from Facebook and Google who have instituted a matching scheme for funds raised through their platforms, while individual donors are also supporting the fund through www.COVID19ResponseFund.org.

See full information here.


Companies wishing to donate supplies to WHO as part of the COVID-19 emergency response are requested to complete the below form

WHO Donations of in-kind critical items (Added Apr-23, International)
Proud Recognition and Thanks to our Colleagues!
Very important that our community of medical device servicers -- around the globe -- receive recognition and support for their hard work.

Like the men and women who keep our military fleet of fighters, ships, tanks, and every last piece of electrical, pneumatic, and mechanical devices safe, reliable, and service-ready, the massive community of Biomedical Equipment Technicians (BMETs), Clinical Engineers (CEs), and Field Service Professionals (FEPs) are often working quietly on the front lines 24x7 in hospitals ensuring patients, physicians, and nurses have as many devices as possible saving lives, not sitting on shelves or in closets.

THANK YOU all for your hard and skillful work in the midst of this crisis.

Elliot Sloane & The IFMBE CED Board
Thank you, 
Hacking Coronavirus Team


IFMBE Clinical Engineering Division's mission statement: To promote global communication, networking, and understanding of challenges related to healthcare technology management.

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