TechNation Webinar Wednesday continues to share valuable knowledge with attendees. The most recent session “Nuclear Medicine Roundtable: The Importance of Equipment Service and Maintenance” sponsored by Universal Medical (UMRi) was eligible for 1 CE credit from the ACI.
UMRi Vice President of Corporate Quality & Customer Support Services Nik Iwaniw, joined National Service Manager Craig Snodgrass and Senior Product Manager Craig Diener to discuss the importance of equipment service and maintenance. Proactics Consulting Founder Wayne Webster was the moderator for the discussion.
The webinar was different than other sessions as it featured a roundtable format where the panel of nuclear medicine experts fielded questions to help service professionals keep their equipment and departments running at peak performance and efficiency.
The webinar was a hit with more than 200 registered attendees. In post-webinar surveys, attendees shared what made the session stand out.
“The webinar was very informative and gives us a lot of ideas to better our nuclear medicine department. We also have some more background on what we need to do as a clinical engineering department to provide better service for the nuclear cameras,” Biomed T. Demi wrote.
“This was a very educational webinar. I look forward to learning more about nuclear medicine in the future,” Imaging Engineer R. Pitts said.
“This was a very informative and realistic webinar. Gave advice on practical matters such as looking at the pathway for installing new cameras,” Clinical Engineering Technician M. Romano said.
“Very informative and educational webinar. I learned a lot and there were some very important guidelines to utilize as a BME to benefit the institution and the clients,” Biomed Manager C. Shaw said.
“Excellent webinar. I think the format of a panel of experts is better than just a slide show,” National Quality Manager C. Nanney said.
The Webinar Wednesday as a whole continues to receive high marks from HTM professionals.
“Webinar Wednesdays allow a economical way to earn CEU credits and allow my staff to further increase their staff development knowledge,” write J. Trujillo, Biomed Account Manager.
“The webinars provide valuable opportunities for students to be exposed to industry discussion straight from seasoned pros,” BIS Manager C. Rabenberg said.
“I really appreciate how easy Webinar Wednesday is to attend. I always leave learning something I can apply to my daily job requirements,” Senior Repair Tech Q. Lockwood said.
“Webinar Wednesday series continues to provide us with information that helps support and enhance our in-house equipment service department,” J. Carstens, Director of Biomed Engineering, said.
“Webinar Wednesday has been a great asset for our biomed program. It can be used by both first-year and second-year students. It is real world and current information,” Biomed Educator M. Kalis wrote.
To find out more about the TechNation Webinar Wednesday series, including the calendar of upcoming webinars and an archive of previous presentations, visit 1TechNation.com/webinars.
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