TT LifeSciences US Annual Medical Device Human Factors and Usability Engineering Conference

  

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TT LifeSciences US Annual Medical Device Human Factors and Usability Engineering Conference 2024


TT LifeSciences US Annual Medical Device Human Factors and Usability Engineering Conference 2024 - 7th & 8th February 2024 Hilton Back Bay, Boston USA - The only dedicated conference for Medical Device Human Factors and Usability Engineering professionals.

 

Join us in Boston at TT LifeSciences US Annual Medical Device Human Factors and Usability Engineering Conference on February 7th, 2024 at 3:35pm EDT and learn about Human Factors Development and Testing on a Subcutaneous Wearable Injector. Sylvine Raverdy-Wilson, Clinical and Human Factors Manager, BD Medical – Pharmaceutical Systems will present Human Factors and clinical work conducted with two BD wearable injectors.

Speaker
Sylvine Raverdy-Wilson
Clinical and Human Factors Manager, BD Medical – Pharmaceutical Systems
Agenda

Wednesday - February 7th, 2024 3:35pm EDT

Subcutaneous Wearable Injector

  • Discover more about Human Factors Development and Testing on a Subcutaneous Wearable Injector
  • Sylvine Raverdy-Wilson, Clinical and Human Factors Manager, BD Medical – Pharmaceutical Systems will present Human Factors and clinical work conducted with two BD wearable injector
  • Session Outline:
  • Track the evolution of BD Libertas™ Wearable Injector in response to feedback from users and experts
  • Highlight usability considerations including simplified usage steps, dose delivery monitoring, and adhesive pad design
  • Track the evolution of BD Evolve™ On-body Injector in response to feedback from users and risk management
  • Highlight usability considerations including optimized audible and visual notifications and instructions for use
  • Comparison/similarity of the user interface development for 2 different products and their respective applications
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