Hear! Hear!

I'm all for raising the level to the same as other groups but, the only problem is that at the moment there are very few clinical/medical technology courses around which encompass the right sort of engineering.

Without this, we could end up with lots of highly educated people with no idea of how to carry out the normal everyday functions required to ensure that equipment is safe to use.

No-one seems to be adressing this little anomaly. Even the IPEM based courses seem to be biased towards the physics side of things.