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3rd Human Factors Engineering and Usability Studie
San Francisco, United States - 12.02.2018 to 13.02.2018
Conference / congress

ExL Events' 3rd Human Factors Engineering and Usability Studies Summit is coming back to San Francisco, CA on February 12th to 13th, 2018! Now in its third year, this is the can't-miss conference focusing on the most important strategies for validation testing protocols, IFU design, outsourced partner management, and optimizing the user experience. This year's program will offer unprecedented detail on:

- Recruiting ideal user groups while meeting budgets and deadlines
- Using risk management methodologies to anticipate product errors
- Ensuring devices have been validated for users with special needs
- Creating and submitting templates necessary to document regulatory compliance
- Keeping up with draft HF guidelines on biosimilar interchangeability
- Responding to new draft guidelines on biosimilar interchangeability
- Tracking the evolution of industry standards on IFUs

...and much more!

12.02.2018 to 13.02.2018

8:00 am to 5:00 pm (GMT -08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada); Tijuana

Argonaut Hotel

USD 1895 - USD 2095

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