CIEHF annual conference 2018

PUBLISHED 23rd April 2018

It’s Day 2 of the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (CIEHF) annual conference tomorrow and Natalie and I will be attending from MDU.

Natalie is leading a discussion tomorrow at 2pm about what works and doesn’t work in practice entitled “Are current risk assessment methods within industry adequately tailored to human factors requirements?”

I am taking part in a discussion group at 9am on Wednesday about the new MHRA guidance published in September 2017, “The new MHRA guidance on human factors and usability engineering, any new insights for professionals working in medical device development?” Also taking part in the discussion group will be Tony Sant from the MHRA as well as other interested parties from the HF specialist community.

We’ll be posting a blog later this week with our thoughts about the event and any new learning.