The value of human factors and ergonomics on medical devices and its importance on medical device user training

Wed 15th November 2017, York

With reference to the recent Guidance document on “Human Factors and Usability Engineering” produced recently by MHRA, this meeting aims to bring together researchers from all relevant disciplines active in the field, including medical device users, clinical/biomedical engineers, and all associated healthcare workers to discuss latest trends, and explore the significance of the above factors to the quality and safety of patient care, as well as its implications to medical device user training.