|Research and development in bioengineering and medical technology, conducted during recent decades, have led to spectacular progress in clinical medicine and healthcare. These achievements have triggered an enormous increase in the number courses offered in the areas of bioengineering, clinical technology and medical informatics; nowadays, most major universities offer curricula oriented towards these fields. The majority of participants however come from engineering background and so modules dealing with basic biological and medical sciences have been included, to the detriments of scientific exchanges between engineers and medical doctors.
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