The June 1 Webinar Wednesday presentation “How to Hire and Retain the Next Generation of HTM Professionals” was sponsored by Nuvolo. It was eligible for 1 credit from the ACI.
The next generation of HTM professionals are getting ready to enter the work force, and they have skills health care facilities want and need. However, to hire and retain them, one needs to know what they want and need in their career and work environment. This webinar featured a panel of HTM educators and students who discussed what younger people entering the HTM industry are looking for in a job that may be different than what older generations sought. The panel also shared what new skills today’s HTM students are learning that will add value to an organization. The panel discussion was facilitated by Ben Person, chief marketing officer at Nuvolo. Panelists included HTM educators David W. Braeutigam, James Linton, Phillip E. Pash and students.
The complete webinar is available for on-demand viewing at WebinarWednesday.live.
Attendees provided feedback via a survey that included the question, “What part of today’s webinar did you like the most?”
“The age range of the speakers was incredible in hearing the different ideas as it pertains to HTM,” Chief Clinical Engineer Saul Ochoa said.
“I enjoyed hearing what the next generation of biomeds love about this field and what makes them loyal to a company,” Site Manager Bill Sansagraw said.
“I am please to see younger people getting involved in the industry, especially talented young women. The industry as a whole is still one of health care’s best kept secrets,” Biomedical Equipment Technician II Brian Snyder said.
“The interaction with the young biomeds. Hearing their thoughts and experiences was helpful in understanding the best way to recruit and retain today’s young biomeds,” said Tyler Tryon, BMET III.
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