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NAMDET members are discussing the age old ‘targets for training compliance’ and the figures of 70%, 80% etc. have been used in the past as a minimum number before release of devices into clinical use. NAMDET is now looking to see if we can get a consensus and national agreement¬† (with supportive and empirical evidence) to allow members and industry colleagues to establish this figure to help support all our training and education colleagues.

This ‘forum’ page is now back open for this topic, so please take a look, contribute where you can, and remember to tick the ‘notify me’ option to keep updated on conversations as they progress. We will hopefully establish a national group to take this work forward.



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Sep 18, 2020

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Sep 03, 2020

T34 syringe driver battery performance: survey results

NAMDET's Chairman (Paul Lee)  presented the survey results and feedback on battery performance in T34... [read more]

Aug 22, 2020

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Aug 21, 2020

MDSO webex 2nd Sept at 1pm

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Aug 15, 2020

70% or more… where does that come from?

NAMDET members are discussing the age old 'targets for training compliance' and the figures of... [read more]