Corpus ID: 108128530

Do it by design: an introduction to human factors in medical devices

@inproceedings{Sawyer1996DoIB,
  title={Do it by design: an introduction to human factors in medical devices},
  author={D. Sawyer},
  year={1996}
}
Points to Consider In considering the need for, and conduct of, human factors analysis and testing, there are a number of issues and questions to ask. 1. Does the device require user interaction with respect to operation, maintenance, cleaning, or parts installation? If so, do the technology and device functions permit alternative user interface designs? 2. Given the combination of user interface, user population, and operating conditions, are errors likely? 3. Could the consequences of error… Expand
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  • B. Norris
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • BMJ quality & safety
  • 2012
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