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LLL - Life Long Learning

Course name:

Advanced BioMedical Imaging Technologies: Fundamentals and Applications of Ultrasound
inspired by the CM2019 Ultrasound 7,5 hp

Size of the course:

3 modules 1,5 hp each total max 4,5 but can be taken separately and individually as a stand alone module.
As a final examinational moment for the module : 1 written report (max 3 pages) and oral 15 minutes defence of the report.

Planned period: starting and finishing date

P4 (but can be given any time of the year on request)


What are the necessary demands on previous learning or experience for the students to be able to take the course?
B.Sc. in engineering (for example biomedical engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, applied physics); BMA in medicine; B.Sc. in industrial economics or entrepreneurship.
Relevant documented engineering science / biomedical engineering or technology / business experience that corresponds to at least a bachelor's degree.
English 6.

Mode of teaching and localization:

eg distance learning/Flemingsberg/Albanova
Blended learning (i.e. flipped classroom and on-site hands-on training at Flemingsberg MTH)

Type of examination:

As a final examinational moment for each 1,5hp module : 1 written report (max 3 pages) and oral 15 minutes defence of the report.

Number of places:

max 36 students
min 4 students

Primary target group / target audience:

From the healthcare providers / hospitals:

Medical technology engineers (Medicine Teknik Avdening)
Service personal for ultrasound equipment

From the industry:

Technical specialists in ultrasound
R&D engineers
Sales persons working with ultrasound
Product specialists from different vendors

From academia:

Academic exchange of the expertise and experience on different level including
PhD students

From the government authorities:

Specialists working with regulations and standardisation of Medical Equipment
Policy makers
Purchaise / procurement / inköp department
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