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Health Innovation Education & Curriculum Development

Principal Investigator: Tania Douglas

 

Journal publications

  • Douglas TS. Biomedical engineering education for developing countries. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 2012, Fall: 51-7 [web]
  • Douglas TS. Is the master’s degree being neglected in the discourse on postgraduate education? South African Journal of Science, 2012, 108(3/4), Art. #1115 [web]
  • Douglas TS. Biomedical engineering at UCT – challenges and opportunities, South African Medical Journal 2012, 102(6):456 [web]
  • Douglas TS. Contextual innovation and social engagement: From impact factor to impact. South African Journal of Science 2013, 109(3/4), Art. #a010 [web]

Conference proceedings

  • Douglas TS. Biomedical Engineering Education in Developing Countries: Research Synthesis. Proceedings of the 31st Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Boston, pp. 3628-3630, August 2011.
  • Douglas TS. Drivers and Restrainers of Relevance in Graduate BME Education – a South African study. Proceedings of the 32nd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, San Diego, pp. 5054-5057, August 2012.

Media and other

  • Douglas TS. Postgrads can meet employers halfway. Mail & Guardian, 5 July 2014 [web]
  • Conrad N, Douglas TS. Wanted: Health problem solvers. Mail & Guardian, 8 Aug 2014 [web]