We are very excited to announce that #HFUXResearch #founder and #ceo, Heidi Mehrzad, will be co-presenting a poster with Helene Quie, Founder and CEO of Qmed Consulting, and Thomas Stuedeli, Device Lead and Principal HF Engineer of F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd, at the 2023 International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care in Orlando, Florida on Monday, March 27, 2023, from 4:45pm to 6:00pm EDT!
In Poster Session 1 they will present the latest insights on Best Practices for Early Integration of Iterative Use-Related Risk Analysis and Benefits of Using a Collaborative Human Factors and Clinical Approach.
During the presentation, they will address knowledge gaps and share current, state-of-the-art best practices from multiple perspectives, including #HumanFactors experts in #MedicalDevices, technology, and #Pharmaceutical combination product development, as well as clinical experts weighing in on the challenges they experience when such practices are not appropriately aligned with regulatory strategy or clinical activities.
The poster will aim to provide a framework for early integration of an iterative, use-related risk analysis approach, addressing common practical challenges, and providing best practices for such.
Additionally, it hopes to highlight how applying a collaborative approach between human factors and clinical specialists could permit for collection of more robust use-related data sets, thus potentially optimizing residual and benefit-risk analyses processes.
The goal of this presentation is to provide attendees an opportunity to learn from the poster's framework and best practices and give medical human factors practitioners the knowledge to confidently integrate and execute use-related risk analyses early and iteratively within the Product Development Process (PDP). The presenters will explain the benefits of doing so using a collaborative approach between human factors and clinical teams.
#HFESHCS brings together leading #HumanFactors experts, #Pharmaceutical and #MedicalDevice companies, #BioMedical #Engineers, #Healthcare providers, #FDA representatives, and #PatientSafety #Researchers to discuss real-world challenges in health care and find solutions for such.