This course integrates real work practice as a biomedical engineer with designing new products and resources to support the field. Your projects will require familiarity with the following:
You will have the opportunity to develop this understanding and familiarity as you pursue your projects. You may want to be mindful of certain things to include in your research so that your are finding solutions to critical problems that your device will aid in by gathering sufficient coverage of:
Many of the government sources are listed on the Engineering tab - materials from the FDA and other regulatory agencies, information about Standards and Patents are also listed there.
In this remote learning and teaching environment, you may want to use Zoom to record presentations and review them so that you can basically practice and work with groups. You should also consider creating space to share in Google Drive so you can write and share documents, ideas, research outputs, etc.
You will use the science, medical and engineering resources, gain exposure to the business literature, and learn about government data such as census tracking and how to incorporate that if needed.
Your final version of your poster should include a few citations to the literature - the main articles that inspired your work and are the most parallel to your findings, outcomes, conclusions. You don't need a long bibliography for several references should be cited.