Once we have got to the stage where we have chefs "in charge" of hospital engineering departments (see one of recent posts under another thread), anything becomes possible.
Meanwhile, regardless of what others may decide is acceptable and what is not, I shall stick to my own standards (borne out of a traditional British engineering apprenticeship, followed by years of practical experience in the "real world"), as I always have.
Although it seems that "spin" has become firmly entrenched in contemporary politics, to my mind it has no place in the science that is engineering. We deal in facts, Sir! Facts, not goobledegook
, tortuous logic, or so-called "political correctness" designed to allow the low standards of eastern and southern Europe (and in other places, farther afield ... but let's stick to Europe for now) to erode the engineering traditions of what once was the "workshop of the world"!