Spanning the Atlantic

15th August 2017

Medical Device Usability have four studies (one formative and three validation) to design, plan, prep, attend and report all in the States and all fielding within the next eight weeks.  We are excited about the scope of the studies, ranging from autoinjectors to complex surgical devices.  With seven team combinations travelling to destinations that include Chicago, Fort Lee […]

EMA relocation will not affect CE marking

4th August 2017

The BBC story on Monday 31 July 2017, Race to host EU agencies relocated from London (http://bbc.in/2tQePsU), was an interesting read. Of particular interest for Medical Device Usability is to see where the European Medicines Agency (EMA), currently based in Canary Wharf (London), will end up being based with reports of a possible 21 states […]