Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Tha pi_;rpose of this invostigation was to determine: (1) the P 033ible need for a n. electronic instrm:1antation and safety course designed for medical technologists, (2) the type of medical electronics program practicing medical technologists would like to see implemented in their curricula., (3) concepts which would be included in an electronics course to provide for an effective learning experience for medical tecbnologists in the area of electro-medical instrumentation and safety, (4) whether medical technologists believe a course in medical electronics and electrical saf'ety should be a requirement or an elective for a major (BS-~rr) in medical technology, (5) ·what qualifications and/or prof'iciency an ins true tor mu s-t command to implement such a program
Anderson, Scott, "Electronic Instrumentation and Saftey: Education for Medical Technlogies" (1975). Theses and Dissertations. 5377.