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Clinical engineering education in Colombia: 2010 specific situation in the Central University and evolution to distance learning in biomédical engineering courses

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2 Author(s)
Hadjes G. Pierre Samuel ; Dept. de Ing. Electron., Univ. Central, Bogota, Colombia ; Aguilar V. Nubia Esperanza

Bogotá Universidad Central is one of few academic institutions in clinical engineering education in Colombia. Knowledge and skills have been acquired for a decade through professional courses and new programs for electronic and mechanical engineering. To confront current hospitals needs and specific student obligations, new investments in distance learning have been made. We started an experience of remote education as the initial subject of the line of study in Bioengineering. Tools used for the education process in Biophysics included: videos of skillful classes, scientific support articles, problem solving animation and verification of solutions, The first steps of the project are presented in the following paper.

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ANDESCON, 2010 IEEE

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15-17 Sept. 2010