ANAHEIM, Calif. & CAMBRIDGE, England--(MD&M West, the world’s largest medical design and manufacturing event, in Anaheim CA until 16th February.)--Cambridge Design Partnership is currently exhibiting at
MD&M West is a ‘must’ in the calendar of anyone involved in the specifying or purchasing of medical equipment or products, who wish to meet with world-class suppliers.
At the show Medical technology expert and US office head, Dr Dom Freeman and diagnostics expert Matthew Steinberg will be joined by Cambridge Design Partnership’s Human Factors specialist Ian Scrimgeour, who will be demonstrating Human Factors research techniques and talking about upcoming FDA regulatory requirements. The recent draft guidance document on Human Factors and Usability suggests it is likely that in 2013 usability engineering will be a requirement on all new medical devices, to help identify and reduce use-related errors before a medical device design is finalised and released to the market.
Also attending will be CDP specialists Matt Schumann and Dr Jez Clements. Matt is a CDP founding partner and mechanical engineer, who has over 20 years’ experience of creating inspired new products for large organisations and smaller start-ups.
Dr Jez Clements, is a partner and senior mechanical engineer, Jez has developed specialist design knowledge in the physiological testing of medical devices and packaging design to withstand severe environmental conditions.
From offices in Cambridge, UK and Palo Alto, US, Cambridge Design Partnership is a successful research, design and development consultancy focused on creating value for clients by converting ideas and technology into commercial success. CDP has a vast range of professional disciplines; the team is formed from scientists, physicists, designers, mechanical engineers, chemical scientists, software engineers. This sheer breadth of expertise, the highly interdisciplinary approach applied to projects and the range of perspectives it engenders are key to CDP’s innovation.
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