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Next Speaker Confirmed for our 2018 Human Factors for Medical Devices Workshop

November 29, 2017

The Human Factors Centre is pleased to announce another guest speaker for our Human Factors for Medical Devices Workshop which will be held next year in London. This time, Dr Christopher Vincent from PDD Group Ltd will be leading a discussion on Beta testing for Medical Devices.


The talk will discuss how beta testing is applied to devices and what problems the pose to safety critical systems. Chris will talk about how methodologies might be best applied for Medical Devices and ask the audience to contribute in the discussion. For more information on Chris’s session please see his speaker bio below.


 Why should you attend?


Although there are many advantages to be gained from testing medical devices in the real world there are also many questions to be answered in terms of reconciling this approach with existing standards and norms. This discussion aims to address these questions.


Our 2018 workshop event will be aimed at individuals working within medical device manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies, and healthcare start-ups. Our goal is to host an interactive event where practitioners can meet, network and share experiences.


The workshop will be held in London over the course of 1 day. The day will be made up of short presentations, discussions, and workshops aimed at providing experts with a number of opportunities and platforms to get their questions answered.


Interested in attending?


You must register for this event by the 22nd December 2017 to be eligible for early bird discounts please register your interest by contacting  No payment information is needed, just let us know your name, contact details and how many places you are interested in. We will then add you to our pre-workshop mailing list and email you when tickets are available and the event line-up and more speakers have been announced.


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