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Webisode: Possible impact if in-person human factors research is not considered essential

by Korey Johnson
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April 30, 2020
Conducting research to inform development of safe and effective medical devices is essential and with modifications and precautions, in-person research can be conducted safely and effectively.

Webisode: Possible impact if in-person human factors research is not considered essential

by | Apr 30, 2020

Conducting research to inform development of safe and effective medical devices is essential and with modifications and precautions, in-person research can be conducted safely and effectively.
As an industry, we’ve done a lot thinking about the impact of COVID-19 on research that informs the development and commercialization of safe and effective medical devices. In this webisode, Bold Insight’s Managing Partner Korey Johnson describes why at least some of this research must be considered essential, and what the implications would be if this were not the case given the likelihood that COVID-19 concerns will likely be around for some time.

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