EU spotlight on training in device use and maintenance
This article was originally published in Clinica
There is to be a greater emphasis in the European Union on the provision of training in the use and in the maintenance of medical devices. These two issues were highlighted by the European Health Council on June 26 in Luxembourg, which is now requesting action from member states authorities in the light of the increasing complexity of devices.
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