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March 31 2011
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The essential link between ethnographic research, human factors engineering and risk management in injection device development.

Last week I spoke at the Injectable Drug Delivery International Conference on the essential link between ethnographic research, human factors engineering and risk management in injection device development, a subject close to my heart. We come across many medical companies that engage in ‘over the fence R&D’, a process that can, and does, lead to gaps in device development. At PDD we  apply a fully integrated process that involves the key skill sets throughout and ensures risk management, usability engineering and user satisfaction, all key requirements for injection device development and approval.

If you didn’t attend the event, I’ve published the presentation here. Of course if you’d like to discuss this in more detail, get in touch: AlunWilcox@pdd.co.uk.

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Languages spoken: Global.
The last thing that inspired me: Design and Innovation.
My dream project: A project that makes a difference in the world.
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