This webinar was organised by the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors (CIEHF) in partnership with the Israel Human Factors and Ergonomics Association (IHFEA). It looks at the impact of human factors in the design and use of a range of medical devices. Experts from Israel, the Netherlands and the UK share their insights about the challenges involved and how they were overcome.
In her talk, Avital Zik shares examples from her experience in leading the human factors work of the Medtronic Lung Navigation system. Lung cancer care is currently invasive, ineffective, inefficient, difficult for users and often comes too late. Avital's team is on a mission is to transform the future of lung care.
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