Regulatory Essentials in Health Tech – Session 8 Usability and Labelling
This session introduces the essentials for usability and labeling. Usability standard IEC 62366, user interface and human factors are explained. The session includes also compact briefing of essential labeling, such as instructions for use, use of symbols and marketing claims.
The Regulatory Essentials in Health Tech training series consists of eleven 2,5h webinar sessions.
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Time: 28.9. 2021, at 10.00-12.30
Target Group: All health tech developers and stakeholders interested in gaining specific knowledge on how to apply the Usability and Labelling requirements on medical devices. Special focus on start-up founders and staff, university innovator teams as well as young health tech professionals and new employees.
After this session, you:
- Understand the requirements and value of Usability Engineering as an important part of medical device development
- Understand the principles of user interface design
- Are aware of the labelling requirements applicable to all medical devices by various regulations
Notice: It is recommended to follow the Regulatory Essentials sessions 1-4 prior to this course.
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