CHI+MED does not endorse these training courses but they are included for the benefit of other Human-Computer Interaction researchers and those working in areas related to medical device design and patient safety.
BERGO is running a training course on Medical Device Usability/IEC 62366 at the Sofitel London Gatwick Hotel on Tuesday 16 and Wednesday 17 April 2013.
“The course provides a comprehensive coverage of usability/human factors requirements in the medical device industry, covering key principles, techniques and documentary/regulatory aspects (i.e. usability engineering file, HFE report in US). Delegates will gain practical experience of usability techniques, such as task analysis, use-error analysis and cognitive walkthrough, and will also receive a grounding in how to design and run usability tests, both formative and summative.”
There is a 20% discount to delegates from universities. The registration deadline date is Friday 22 March 2013.