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Medical Device Usability and IEC 62366

Dates

22 - 23 November 2017


Venue

Sofitel London Gatwick Hotel, London, UK. Show on Map


Cost

£995 per delegate (+ VAT)

10% discount for registrations before 11th October 2017

15% discount for 3 or more delegates from the same booking (can be from different companies)


Registration

Book a place


Enquiries

Contact: Suzy Robertson

Tel: +44 (0)771 954 4455

Email: training@bergo.co.uk


MDU Programme Programme

Course Overview

'Usability (or human factors) engineering' has become a hot topic in the medical device industry. Manufacturers are under increasing pressure to demonstrate compliance to IEC 62366-1:2015 Application of Usability Engineering to Medical Devices.

Further, manufacturers may need to prepare a Human Factors Engineering report for the FDA and consider ANSI/AAMI HE75: 2009, Human Factors Engineering – Design of Medical Devices.


What you will learn

Delegates will learn how to:

  • Achieve compliance with IEC 62366-1: 2015
  • Use design guidance in ANSI/AAMI HE75: 2009
  • Select and apply usability techniques
  • Develop testable requirements for usability
  • Manage the risk of use error
  • Develop a usability engineering process
  • Document usability activities in the usability engineering file and HFE report (US)

The course consists of a mixture of lectures, case studies and workshops which can be based on examples brought to the course by the participants.

“This course has a very good balance between the theoretical and practical aspects of Usability Engineering. We brought home motivation, a deeper understanding, and several techniques that can be seamlessly implemented into our design and development projects. Highly recommended for organisations that take product safety and ease of use seriously.”

Irvin Mangwiza, Project Manager, DELTA
Klaus Mayntzhusen, Medical Engineer, DELTA


Who Should Attend

The course is targeted at (but not limited to):

  • Product design engineers
  • Project managers
  • Regulatory managers
  • R&D personnel
  • Risk management staff
  • Quality assurance managers
  • Clinical trial managers

About the Presenter

Nick Bradley

Dr Nick Bradley is the manager and founder of BERGO, a leading usability consultancy with extensive training experience in the medical device industry.

Nick assists, and delivers training for, a range of medical device manufacturers across Europe, North America and South East Asia in all aspects of the usability engineering process.

He holds a PhD in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) from Strathclyde University, a BSc in Ergonomics from Loughborough University and a Diploma in Professional Studies (DPS) from the same institution.

Nick has published work in a variety of application areas in healthcare and HCI. He is a Graduate Member of the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (IEHF), a full member of the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society (HFES) and a reviewer for the Journal of Applied Ergonomics.

Past Courses

Over the last 6 years, we have trained and certified over 580 delegates from over 120 medical device organisations across Europe and South East Asia, including manufacturers, software companies, regulatory and notified bodies, and product design agencies.

The following companies have attended our past courses:

Novo Nordisk, Philips, Boston Scientific, Roche Diagnostics, Varian Medical Systems UK, Bang & Olufsen Medicom, Medtronic, Smiths Medical, Elekta, Olympus Surgical Technologies Europe, Cook Medical, Ambu, Teva, Intertek Academy, Toshiba, Olympus KeyMed, Coloplast, KCI UK Holdings Limited, Pelican Healthcare, SPD Development Company Ltd, Dutch Ophthalmic Research Center (DORC) International BV, Unomedical, Widex International, BK Medical, NNE Pharmaplan, Sundhedsstyrelsen, DELTA, RUCK TMED; Croma Pharma GmbH, Abbott Medical Optics, Boule Medical AB, Medicim, Aniba Consulting, Origio, Neurodan, Covidien, Vitalograph Ltd, Bio-Medical Research Ltd, Tcoag Ireland Ltd, CROSPON Ltd, Welch Allyn Ltd, Aerogen Ltd, BlueBridge Technology, Irish Medicines Board, Radiometer Medical, Epsilon Embedded Systems, Concateno, Thermo Fisher Scientific, SHL Group, Breas Medical, Perimed, Combitech, Carmel Pharma, Aurena Laboratories, Unisense FertiliTech, Ferring Pharmaceuticals, Contura International, Ferrosan Medical Devices, Pallas Informatik, Hypo-Safe A/S, Sagentia, Bio-Rad Laboratories Ltd, Cogent Healthcare Systems Ltd, Swansea University, Kinneir Dufort Design Ltd, Elos Medtech Pinol, Akademi Arnwulf, Medicologic-Regulus, Technolution, The Magstim Company Limited, MED-EL, Novartis Pharma, Teleflex Medical, E.M.S., Baxter, Demcon Advanced Mechatronics, SLE Ltd, LEO Pharma, NRT-Nordisk Røntgen Teknik A/S, Dräger Safety AG, B. Braun Medical, German Malaysian Medical Industries (GMMI), ITL Asia Pacific, Medical Device Authority, Ministry of Health Malaysia, Smart Process Solutions, Valdecilla Biomedical Institute, Invacare, Adept Water Technologies, Diagnostic Grifols, Integra, McNeil AB, MEQU ApS, ViCentra BV, University of Liverpool, Danish Medicines Agency, Kivex Biotec Ltd, Actura A/S, Straub Medical AG, GlaxoSmithKline, Laerdal Medical AS, Siemens Healthcare, Becton Dickinson, Fotona, Galderma, Getinge Group, DiaSorin S.p.A., BONESUPPORT AB, Philips Respironics, Samsung Medical Center, Omron Healthcare Europe B.V., Aarhus University School of Engineering, PA Consulting Group.