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Visit this page regularly to get the latest Health Training opportunities offered by international institutions.

Disclaimer: the training opportunities highlighted on this page are not provided or administered by the Ministry of Health.  Interested parties should conduct their own further research and liaise directly with the training instititions. 

For further information on accessing such programmes you can contact:

Training & Education Officer [or] Manager
Health Sector Human Resource and Planning Development Unit
Park Plaza,
Corner Park and St. Vincent Streets,
Port-of-Spain

phone: (868) 627-7301
email: hshrpdu@health.gov.tt







The University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) will host its first Biomedical Engineering (BME) Conference in Trinidad, on Friday May 19th 2017 at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA) in Port of Spain (www.u.tt/bmeconference)

As an emerging discipline in the field of engineering, BME is a dynamically growing area which merges the various disciplines of information technology, medicine and engineering principles with the aim of improving the quality of healthcare. The theme of this Conference is “The Applications of Biomedical Engineering in the Management of Healthcare”. The primary objective of this conference is to showcase existing technology and devices that can be applied to research and development efforts for improved health care, as well as to understand Intellectual Property considerations in patenting medical devices and technology. The conference also aims to raise awareness of the manufacturing capability in T&T and seeks to create a forum for the discussion of new business opportunities. As the first of its kind, this growing field and Conference provides a number of opportunities for sponsorship to showcase medical devices, medical products, new drug therapies or medical services or technologies to public and private sector attendees, as well as forging new business relationships and strategic alliances through networking. Additionally, given the noteworthy relationship between the medical and insurance industries, this dynamic conference will provide an excellent opportunity for companies to promote its products and services to a captive audience of relevant stakeholders.

www.u.tt/bmeconference

 

 











Disclaimer: the training opportunities highlighted on this page are not provided or administered by the Ministry of Health. Interested parties should conduct their own further research and liaise directly with the training instititions.

 

 


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