As we continue to struggle to find the next generation of HTM professionals I ask each of you to steer a bright young individual pursue a career in the HTM field. Read more
Today, students in my classes vary in age from 18 to 45, with seemingly equal representation from each age group. However, the tide may be turning. Read more
One of the most difficult challenges facing the HTM field is attracting professionals to join the profession. Read more
The bottom line is that I would rather have the title of instructor or trainer than professor because it matches what I do and what I love doing Read more
In the hospital system where I am a consultant, our many values include continuing education, mentoring and a defined onboarding process. Read more
To help provide for the best patient outcomes we all must perform at our best and that includes having the right mindset. Read more
Over 20 years and probably over 1,000 students, I’ve realized that everyone who comes through the Biomedical Equipment Technology program at Texas State Technical College Waco has their own... Read more
By Steven J. Yelton I have written about the use of the smartphone in the classroom in the past and in my experience the smartphone becomes an even more powerful tool each year. My usual dis... Read more
It is my hope for the future that all HTM professionals will get the next generation of technicians excited about the field and encourage them to get the training they need. Read more
After a couple of years of declining enrollment, our department has seen a pretty good uptick in enrollment with the fall semester. Read more
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