The group actively supports technicians, engineers, healthcare scientists and others working in Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology services in the UK. We welcome anyone with an interest in design, engineering, science and technology who aims to improve accessibility and inclusivity. Special interest groups focus on specific areas within this challenging and exciting field of work.
improve engagement between members using social media and online tools. Contribute to the development of products, services and processes.
Lobby and make representations on behalf of the membership to statutory, voluntary, educational, service and professional groups at a national level.
Initiate, promote and support professional standards, including accreditation, education and quality management within the field of rehabilitation engineering.
Develop an inclusive, open culture to share ideas exchange of skills between services, to develop and encourage innovation within the field.
ELECTRONIC ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY
PROSTHETICS AND ORTHOTICS
WHEELCHAIRS AND SEATING
Rehabilitation Engineering Competencies
These three competency documents have been compiled by RESMaG, together
with the IPEM and Coventry University. It sets out minimum standards for
management and resources of the provider, and personal qualification of
engineers and others working in the field.
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