MEDTEC – events in London & Stuttgart for medical device designers

CHI+MED’s Chris Vincent, from UCL’s Interaction Centre, will be speaking at two MEDTEC events in London (May) and and Stuttgart (June), details below.

MEDTEC UK: 14-15 May 2014, Olympia, London

Chris is speaking on the second day of the conference (Thursday 15 May), along with Patrick Hall.

Stream A
12:45 – 13:30 | Design, Prototype and Usability
Human factors and usability of medical devices

MEDTEC Europe: 3-5 June 2014, Messe Stuttgart, Stuttgart

Chris is speaking on the second day of the conference (Wednesday 4 June)

Track A
11:45 – 12:30 | Human factors and usability testing for drug/device combinations 


Speaker bio
Dr. Christopher Vincent
Postdoctoral Research Associate, UCLIC, University College London
Christopher Vincent is a postdoctoral research associate working on the CHI+MED project at the UCL Interaction Centre (UCLIC). Chris aims to understand how industry can benefit from research practice and support methods that contribute towards safer interactive medical devices. Chris works with several international medical device providers to understand the processes, tools or techniques that are of greatest value to support interaction design. He has published research papers reporting factors that underpin the successful design, development and deployment of interactive medical devices.

Further reading
Chris works with others on CHI+MED to create publications for industry relating to medical device design. They are practice-oriented documents for guidance and can be found here: http://www.chi-med.ac.uk/researchers/industrypublications.php

 

 

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