Tag Archives: medical devices

AMIA webinar w Dr Dom Furniss from @UCLIC on medical device design & distributed cognition

Edited 10 March 2015 UK time updated to reflect Daylight Savings Time Dom Furniss, from the UCL Interaction Centre who works on both the CHI+MED and Eclipse projects, will be giving a webinar on 12 March 2015 at 1pm-2.30pm EST … Continue reading

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“Travel with medications, medical devices can be daunting” – study shows it can be difficult to know what to advise patients

Yesterday we looked at remembering to take your pills and the habit-forming that can help with that (and the apps that can help there too) but what if you’re travelling and get into difficulties when bringing your medicine or medical … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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[Video] Medical Device Training: User interfaces, design issues, and avoiding medical error

Medical Device Training Design Issues in Medical User Interfaces Dr Paolo Masci from Queen Mary University of London has put together this training video (based on a seminar), for medical device designers and hospital-based device users, to demonstrate how problems … Continue reading

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