Are current risk assessment methods adequately tailored to human factors requirements of usability testing?

27th November 2017

This is a question without one answer. MDU ltd. is honoured to have been given the opportunity at the annual Ergonomics and Human Factors conference (EHF2018 – http://events.ergonomics.org.uk/event/ehf2018/) to host a discussion on this very question. The intention of the discussion will be for Human Factors practitioners from industry and academia to discuss experience with […]

DDL 2017 conference attendance

23rd November 2017

It’s been a busy time at MDU with studies every week and more to take place in the four weeks between now and Christmas. Richard will be attending the Drug Delivery to the Lungs (DDL) conference (@DDLConferences) in Edinburgh on 7 December, so if you will be at the conference and would like to discuss […]

Cambridge Human Factors course

9th November 2017

Great to see such a large, informed and interested group at the 3-day Human Factors course in Cambridge. At the invitation of Ron Kaye, I gave an update to the group on the latest developments at MHRA on human factors, and in particular their expectations from manufacturers. I also outlined the very latest news about […]