What is the BEAI?

The Biomedical Engineering Association of Ireland was set up in 1992 in response to the demands of the growing number of technicians working on electromedical equipment in the public sector.
Various sub-committees have been formed to investigate education, publications, training,and professional restructuring. Much has been achieved since the inauguration of the BEAI, including the development of a professional profile and opportunities for further education and training.

What are the aims of the BEAI?

The Association aims to promote and encourage professional development of Biomedical Engineering personnel through training and restructuring; to advance the science, technology, ethics and art of Biomedical Engineering; to facilitate cooperation and understanding among Biomedical Engineering personnel and other healthcare professionals.

Who is it for?

Membership is open to individuals employed in both the public and private sectors, whose principal function is to provide a Biomedical/Clinical Engineering service.

How can I benefit by joining the BEAI?

They acknowledge that technicians and engineers in industry and private healthcare facilities share many professional aims and objectives. The BEAI offers an opportunity to meet, discuss and develop. There are a number of forums for discussion including the annual scientific meeting, and the members discussion area on the website.

How can I join the BEAI?

New members from industry, public and private healthcare organisations from all over Ireland and abroad are always welcome.
Student membership is also available