RAEng Global Survey on the International Engineering Response to COVID-19
Dear HIFA Colleagues,
I hope that you are well.
I have been asked by The Royal Academy of Engineering, UK (RAEng) to bring their survey to your attention. Even if you are not an engineer, it is likely that you will have colleagues who are. RAEng are conducting this survey to improve their understanding of how engineers across the world are responding to COVID-19.
If you would submit your response to the survey by 3rd July 2020 that would be most helpful. Thank you.
Biomedical Engineering Consultant
Global Healthcare Projects
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Woking, Surrey GU21 3QS,
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HIFA profile: Len Cornish is a biomedical engineer. He worked as a volunteer with the Hong Kong Oxfam Group/OXFAM HONG KONG from 1975 to 1992 (while he was an Electronics Engineer at The University of Hong Kong working with all faculties including the Medical & Dental Faculties). From 1993-2000 he worked with ECHO International Health Services Limited in the UK, a not-for-profit supplier of medical equipment & consumables, pharmaceuticals and technical support to developing countries. In 2000 he set up his own small consultancy Global Healthcare Projects providing advice/support on the management of healthcare technology. Through The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), UK he has been involved in: a) Organising 2-yearly international seminars and conferences on "Appropriate Healthcare Technologies for Developing Countries" and b) Helping the IET to set up web pages on "Resources on Appropriate Healthcare Technologies for the Developing World". http://www.theiet.org/aht LenCornish AT aol.com