HTM and imaging service professionals continue to benefit from Webinar Wednesdays. The recent webinar “Imaging – From Film to Digital” was sponsored by Technical Prospects and participants were eligible for 1 CE credit from the ACI.
In the webinar, Technical Prospects Technical Trainer & Support Specialist John DiPasquale discussed the growth of the industry. He also examined how the current technology relates to and is an outgrowth of older technologies. DiPasquale, a Certified Biomedical Equipment Technician (CBET) with more than 25 years of experience in the HTM industry, shared his insights with more than 200 HTM professionals.
The webinar received great reviews and positive feedback via post-webinar surveys.
“Excellent webinar by Technical Prospects. It was a fresh point of view showing you can still troubleshoot using older methods and not rely on diagnostics and service keys to pinpoint your problem,” said K. Saager, MRI Service Engineer.
“The presentation provided a very good, historical description of the imaging field and how it progress from the analog to the digital generation. His descriptions of the different types of problems and what things to check was excellent,” said T. Bracewell, Senior Biomed Instructor.
“This week’s Webinar Wednesday was excellent. The presenter’s background made him well prepared to speak on this topic and presented it in a way that would’ve been great to someone new to imaging and was a nice refresher for someone who’s been in imaging for a while,” shared R. Marek, Imaging Specialist.
“The imaging webinar was very informative for anyone in the medical profession dealing with radiology. John DiPasquale was very thorough and was able to answer highly technical questions with targeted precision. I was very impressed with the quality of this training. It was definitely worth taking time out of my day! Thank you so much and I look forward to attending more Webinar Wednesdays,” wrote E. Huynh, Biomed.
“Webinar Wednesday has become a staple of my Wednesday afternoons. With diverse presenters and intriguing topics, this series is great way to learn something new, or add on to the things you already know,” shared H. Gonzalez, Biomed.
“As an aspiring biomed equipment tech, I have learned a great deal from the webinars and use that and training from my organization to apply what I know and learning to the workplace. I enjoy the webinars and find them to be great learning tools for today and future technicians,” said A. Jamison.
“Webinar Wednesdays get my standing ovation for presenting an avenue that the HTM field can easily grasp and use in spreading information of new technologies, services and how to improve our overall jobs in providing the very root of what started this industry, patient safety,” shared A. Rock, Biomed Manager.
For additional information about the Webinar Wednesday series, including a calendar of upcoming webinars and recordings of previous presentations, visit 1TechNation.com/webinars.
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