BioMelbourne Network Masterclass: Making it work: The human-centred approach to MedTech development

08/30/2022 07:30 am 08/31/2022 05:00 pm Australia/Melbourne BioMelbourne Network Masterclass: Making it work: The human-centred approach to MedTech development

Masterclass Program Components

This Masterclass Program has three parts:

  • Part A | BioForum: Tuesday 30 August | 7:30am – 9:30am | ACMI, Swinburne Studio, Federation Square, Melbourne (includes networking breakfast)
  • Part B | Masterclass Workshop: Wednesday 31 August | 8:30am – 5:00pm | Monash Conference Centre, Level 7, 30 Collins Street, Melbourne
  • Part C | 30-minute Advisory Session: Individual meetings held across 01 and 02 September

About this Masterclass Program

From the early research stage, right through to product development and commercialisation, the relationship between product usability, key stakeholders (users) and risk plays a vital role. Engaging end-users and identifying risk early in product development is fundamental to achieving success in market.
The Medical Technology sector is tightly regulated globally, with risk and safety considerations a central focal point for regulatory bodies. As such, the pathway to a market-ready medical device will be volatile without a clear understanding of the ecosystem, people and processes that exist around it, and the impact each of these may have.

This high-value Masterclass Program, sponsored by the State Government of Victoria, will guide medtech executives through two important interdependent strategies in the product development life cycle; user engagement and risk management & mitigation.

Our leading industry experts will examine how to access key stakeholders, derive evidence-based needs on a global scale, and tackle key risk categories to effectively prioritise and balance cost, quality and time-to-market – all while employing a user and patient-centric approach to product development. 
Participants will gain invaluable knowledge, skills and tools to strategically engage stakeholders, manage and mitigate risk and ultimately, build great confidence in market adoption.

Event details and register visit https://biomelbourne.org/event/medtech-masterclass-making-it-work-the-human-centred-approach-to-medtech-development/

Event Details

Date:
30 August 2022 at 7:30 am – 31 August 2022 at 5:00 pm

Description

Masterclass Program Components

This Masterclass Program has three parts:

  • Part A | BioForum: Tuesday 30 August | 7:30am – 9:30am | ACMI, Swinburne Studio, Federation Square, Melbourne (includes networking breakfast)
  • Part B | Masterclass Workshop: Wednesday 31 August | 8:30am – 5:00pm | Monash Conference Centre, Level 7, 30 Collins Street, Melbourne
  • Part C | 30-minute Advisory Session: Individual meetings held across 01 and 02 September

About this Masterclass Program

From the early research stage, right through to product development and commercialisation, the relationship between product usability, key stakeholders (users) and risk plays a vital role. Engaging end-users and identifying risk early in product development is fundamental to achieving success in market.
The Medical Technology sector is tightly regulated globally, with risk and safety considerations a central focal point for regulatory bodies. As such, the pathway to a market-ready medical device will be volatile without a clear understanding of the ecosystem, people and processes that exist around it, and the impact each of these may have.

This high-value Masterclass Program, sponsored by the State Government of Victoria, will guide medtech executives through two important interdependent strategies in the product development life cycle; user engagement and risk management & mitigation.

Our leading industry experts will examine how to access key stakeholders, derive evidence-based needs on a global scale, and tackle key risk categories to effectively prioritise and balance cost, quality and time-to-market – all while employing a user and patient-centric approach to product development. 
Participants will gain invaluable knowledge, skills and tools to strategically engage stakeholders, manage and mitigate risk and ultimately, build great confidence in market adoption.

Event details and register visit https://biomelbourne.org/event/medtech-masterclass-making-it-work-the-human-centred-approach-to-medtech-development/