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A Field Clinical Engineer (FCE) functions as the on-site clinical and technical support whose primary function is to assure that the critical “protocol specific” aspects of a project are addressed. They make sure that required clinical tasks are performed on time and appropriately. They function as the sponsor’s liaison at the site, relaying information and observations and reporting progress and issues back to the sponsor. They provide continuous oversight, education, protocol review and clarification. Due to the unique nature of each individual project and product, the FCE is charged with making sure that investigational devices are utilized in the exact manner specified by the protocol. This broad definition can encompasses everything from programming specific timing sequences in implanted devices, to assuring appropriate placement via radiographic confirmation, to obtaining intraoperative measurements, to something as simple as monitoring a procedure site for any changes.
This webinar will focus on the roles, responsibilities and return on investment of Field Clinical Engineers.
Presenter: Paul Anthony Budny, RN, CCRA CCRP.
Field Clinical Engineer, NAMSA
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.