Please note these workshops are now fully booked with a waiting list in place.
The West of England AHSN’s Academy is hosting a free online workshop over two mornings focused on human centred product design and development.
The workshops on 22 March and 7 April 2022 are aimed at those interested in learning what it takes to develop a physical healthcare product, MedTech or app, and the importance of considering end users throughout the process.
The workshops will be led by Kinneir Dufort, a Bristol-based product design and development consultancy at the cutting edge of developing innovative ideas through human centred design.
What dates are available?
Those booking to attend the 22 March workshop will also be reserving a space at the follow-up workshop on 7 April – please only reserve a space if you can attend both dates. Both workshops are being held 9:30-13:30.
Who should attend?
These workshops and available to anyone working or living in the West of England, and will be especially relevant to:
- Healthcare professionals (NHS/CCG) that want to create a product for their organisation.
- Healthcare SMEs that want to create a product.
Learning aims and outcomes
The course will provide an overview of the following:
- User needs and requirements
- Human-centred methodologies and approaches
- Usability and Human Factors
- Design development, prototyping and testing
- Routes to production and commercialisation
In addition, delegates will populate their own “Human Centred Product Development Canvas” capturing learnings and an action plan relevant to their individual product and business needs and have the opportunity for Q&A with relevant experts.
The West of England Academy offers a wide range of free resources to healthcare professionals and innovators across the region. To find out more about our Academy, visit our webpages or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our academy works hard to welcome attendees from a broad range of backgrounds creating a safe and open environment for learning and sharing ideas.
We believe all our events should be open to everyone. That’s why we are committed to providing a friendly, safe and welcoming environment for all. Our code of conduct outlines our expectations for participant behaviour at our events, both virtual and in-person. It also explains the steps we will take if participants behave in an unacceptable way.
Terms and conditions
By registering to attend our events you are agreeing to our Code of Conduct, which can be found here.