Workshops for Healthcare & Industry Professionals  

Attendees of our workshops come from medical device companies, healthcare organizations, and regulatory agencies
(e.g., FDA).  They include:  physicians, nurses, risk managers, patient safety specialists, project managers, regulatory
personnel, medical affairs personnel, biomedical engineers, and software developers.  
See who has attended our
previous workshops.        

Who teaches the workshop?  

    Our workshops are facilitated by John Gosbee.
    Workshops are interactive, yet challenging, and will
    push you to think in a different way.  We lead you
    through multiple hands-on exercises that focus on the
    practical application of human factors.

    What do you learn in our workshops?

  • The basics of Human Factors Engineering & it's methodologies
  • How it helps with risk assessment and patient safety
  • How it supports redesign (from day one)
  • Meeting expectations of the FDA and Joint Commission

    We offer 2 day workshops in Ann Arbor,
    Michigan. Some of our clients have asked us to
    come on-site to give our workshop.  

    For on-site workshops, we offer these formats:

    1/2 Day Workshop  Gives you the basics of Human
    Factors Engineering & why it's important to patient safety

    1 Day Workshop.  Gives you a deeper look at different
    methodologies in Human Factors Engineering

    2 Day Workshop.  Gives you hands on experience using
    different methodologies, and an appreciation of how to use it
    in your organization

    Week-long workshop.  Allows participants to bring in their
    own projects and learn how to apply human factors
    engineering to their unique problem or case.

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    Previous attendees have said...

    "The workshop was wonderfully organized."

    "Exercises were great - very instructive!!"

    "I think the demos + examples really exemplify the
    impact that usability has."

    "The exercises, putting knowledge to work, and
    applying principles are the most effective parts for
    someone new to HFE."

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