Annual Clinical and Scientific Computing Symposium

As computing contributions become ever more important to medicine, both in terms of diagnosis and treatment, it is necessary to consider current issues and best practices. Medical Physics and Engineering departments have always been central to developments of IT in hospitals and IPEM as an organisation is in a prime position to lead on these going forward.

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Advances in Medical Electronics

This talk will examine the use of radio in medical electronics in many different areas including performance monitoring and programming of implanted devices such as pacemakers, defibrillators and neural stimulators.
The speaker is Peter E. Chadwick, G3RZP a keen radio amateur, Honorary Life Vice President, Radio Society of Great Britain and a Senior Member IEEE.

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