It’s All About The User

However great your device design and technology may be, it still needs to work for the users, answer their needs, accommodate their constraints and expectations…

Getting Your Design Right

Coming up with a design for your medical device that can be manufactured, assembled at a low cost, whilst ensuring it does what users need…

Human Factors & Design Controls

Human Factors is key to your success in Medical Device Development.  As a recognised device development discipline, Human Factors should follow a clearly defined methodology.  …

Which option would you choose?

You’re running late, you’re hungry and won’t have another chance to pick up something to eat before your journey.   There’s a busy food retailer…

Getting your medical device into the NHS

Getting a device accepted by the NHS is often described as something of a “dark art”, a mysterious journey into the unknown.  Having a map…

Recruiting complex user groups

Medical devices, and combination products, are typically targetted at therapeutic areas with large patient populations, so recruitment is fairly straightforward. The usual state of affairs…

Medilink Innovation Day 2018, and a Prize Draw

Our team had to pleasure of, once again, attending Medilink East Midlands’ Innovation Day earlier this month. Unusually for industry conferences, there’s a broad mix…