14.06.2017     09:00–10:30

B2
Usability engineering & evaluation (IEC 62366, 60601-1-6)

Type:
Basic educational workshop
Room:

International regulations and standards emphasize the importance of an early implementation of a consistent usability engineering process including human error risk management and validation (IEC 62366, 60601-1-6). Whereas CAOS solutions may offer fascinating surgical options and innovative technical features, the increasing complexity of surgical worksystems and human-technology interaction potentially increases the risk of human related adverse events as reported in many studies. The main usability criteria being effectiveness, efficiency, learnability and user satisfaction are of major importance for the therapeutic as well as commercial success of any technical solution. The workshop is ideal if you want to acquire or refresh knowledge about the basics of usability engineering and related methods - including an introduction and hands-on demonstration of tools and methods for computer assisted risk analysis (FMEA, FTA) and HiFEM usability and human risk analysis.

14.06.2017
09:00–10:30

B2
Usability engineering & evaluation (IEC 62366, 60601-1-6)

Type:
Basic educational workshop
Room:

International regulations and standards emphasize the importance of an early implementation of a consistent usability engineering process including human error risk management and validation (IEC 62366, 60601-1-6). Whereas CAOS solutions may offer fascinating surgical options and innovative technical features, the increasing complexity of surgical worksystems and human-technology interaction potentially increases the risk of human related adverse events as reported in many studies. The main usability criteria being effectiveness, efficiency, learnability and user satisfaction are of major importance for the therapeutic as well as commercial success of any technical solution. The workshop is ideal if you want to acquire or refresh knowledge about the basics of usability engineering and related methods - including an introduction and hands-on demonstration of tools and methods for computer assisted risk analysis (FMEA, FTA) and HiFEM usability and human risk analysis.


09:00–09:10 Introduction and overview on usability engineering
Klaus Radermacher (Aachen/DE), Armin Janss (Aachen/DE)


09:10–09:30 Quality and risk management - computer assisted risk analysis
Frank Portheine (Herzogenrath/DE)


09:30–10:00 HiFEM - human risk analysis
Armin Janss (Aachen/DE)


10:00–10:30 Practical interactive hands-on workshops on usability engineering and human risk analysis