Planning for the Unplanned: Learnings from Usability Studies Can Inform the Design of Emergency Use Medical Products

Our very own Research Director, Angela Muriset, will be presenting her HFES poster at this year’s virtual HFES Healthcare Symposium. Join us to get Angela’s insight on achieving simulation realism when evaluating medical devices and combination products for emergency scenarios. When stress is a real-life factor how do you address that in a human factors study? Join us May 18th to 21st at the virtual HFES Healthcare Symposium to hear our poster presentation series and participate in own Instruction Disruption workshop! If you’d like a copy of Angela’s poster for your own office, sign up for our newsletter and we will send you a printable PDF.

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