5th Annual Medical Device Human Factors and Usability Testing ConferenceOctober 20-22, 2020 | Virtual Event
Individual modules are available for $595.
The entire course may be accessed for $1,500.
Your conference registration provides access to the upcoming Medical Device Usability from a Clinically Embedded Perspective webinar.
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Research & Development
Innovations in Human Factors & Usability Engineering to Further Enhance User Safety and Satisfaction While Meeting Commercial & Regulatory Demands, from Rigorous User Research and Solid Testing Design to Critical Analysis of Post-Market Feedback
Human factors engineering and usability testing for medical device products is an integral component of product development, and one which must be thoughtfully approached in order to ensure a comprehensive and successful test which provides robust data to support the safe and correct use of technologies by a wide range of users.
The 5th Annual Medical Device Human Factors and Usability Conference will virtually connect human factor specialists to dive deep into remote usability testing best practices as well as clarity on FDA and Notified Body expectations as a result of COVID-19 and the delay of the EU MDR. The content will be delivered in three modules:
Module 1: October 20
Module 2: October 21
Module 3: October 22
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A Special Thanks to Our Sponsor:
BlackHägen Design is a multidisciplinary, user-research and product development firm, supporting start-ups through Fortune 50 companies.
Our pragmatic approach to product design is well suited to safety-critical and environmentally challenging industries with a long-standing history serving those clients. At our core, user-centered processes fuel innovation and drive product development. This systematic methodology for translating research insights into design requirements and creating valuable intellectual property has contributed to more than 100 patents and trade secrets over the last two decades.