Building A Common Language Between Engineers and Clinicians for Healthcare System Innovation

We decided to go out of the classical work distribution and to work in a hybrid path. There were medical students in the coding class and biomedical engineers in the operating room. This process taught us the importance of speaking a common language and gave us the ability to integrate methods from different fields into new systems.
We have had an adventure ranging from three-dimensional anatomical models to patient-specific blood flow simulations and virtual medical device tests.
We believe that the things we need for the future are; awareness, the ability to work together, and to think creatively.

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The Clinician Engineer Hub is partner of the 3D Medical Printing Series

The Clinician Engineer Hub was launched in 2019 in collaboration between clinicians and engineers at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, Imperial College London and King’s College London.
This international hub brings together the clinical and biomedical engineering fields and provides talented medical students and clinicians exposure to the world of biomedical engineering, the challenges doctors face in diagnosing and treating patients and how to potentially solve these issues with cutting edge engineering solutions.

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