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Human Factors Engineering: What is it, and How it Can Lead to Safer Interactions

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Welcome to TECH Talk, Texas Style – “Because Technology Doesn’t Commercialize Itself”! We’re broadcasting from the offices of TECH Fort Worth.

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TODAY’S GUEST:

I’m visiting today with Michael Wiklund and Jonathan Kendler with UL Life & Health about Human Factors Engineering (HFE) and how it can lead to safer interactions with users and medical devices. We’re going to explore how HFE applies to the development of medical technology and how it can make these devices safer and more effective.

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Cheryl Vann, Life & Health – Health Sciences Industry

Underwriters Laboratories 

12 Laboratory Drive Research Triangle Park, NC. 27709 

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Cell 919-949-7006 

email: Cheryl.Vann@us.ul.com

 

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