Combination products: common use errors and design considerations


During this webinar, presenters from Emergo by UL’s Human Factors Research & Design (HFR&D) division will share common use errors in combination products based on their experience conducting many usability tests of a wide variety of combination products. In addition, they will provide tips and tricks on how to respond to these use errors by implementing design solutions. 

ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:
Richard Featherstone leads the Human Factors Research & Design team based in Europe. He is an experienced human factors and usability practitioner and the founder of Medical Device Usability Ltd. Richard helps clients develop their Human Factors / Usability engineering strategy and identify activities needed to ensure usability work complies with the MDR, as well as other regulatory imperatives for applying human factors engineering during product development.

Linda Giesselink is a Managing Human Factors Specialist and has been with the HFR&D team since 2015. She has experience delivering HFE services to the medical device and pharmaceutical industries. Linda leads and oversees research and design activities such as conducting usability tests and design of user interfaces and user documentation. 

Natalie Shortt is a Senior Human Factors Specialist with Emergo by UL, and joined Medical Device Usability Ltd (subsequently acquired by UL) in 2015. Natalie designs and conducts usability tests of user interfaces for medical devices and combination products. She has in-depth and detailed experience delivering HFE services to the medical device and pharmaceutical industries.

This webinar was recorded on June 3, 2020.