Document Type : Research Paper


Biomedical Eng. Dept., Al-Khawarizmi Eng. College, University of Baghdad - Iraq


Constructing and testing the syllabus for experimental laboratory for Biomedical Engineering needs a lot of practical experiences and skills. Especially with the huge challenges and changes happened worldwide in this field of study. The present study discusses the available materials and directions presented up-to-date in the syllabus of the Biomedical Instrumentation Lab (BMIL), and suggest a new hybrid improvement depends on the real requirement for the educational output for the next few years. The object behind this suggestion is to close the gap between the academic university study and the real medical device market, making use the complementary between the governmental and private sector capabilities


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