Cooperation Between Medical Doctors and Engineers for Developing Advanced Medical Devices
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In this paper, I look at one factor that affects the performance of R & D of advanced medical technologies and medical devices: cooperation between medical doctors and engineers. I examine perceptions on the cooperation between medical doctors and engineers in U.S., Japan and Germany based on a case study on artificial vision system and a survey. In particular, I look at the differences in perception between medical doctors and engineers across these three countries.
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