Regulatory authorities increasingly require that users with low health literacy be included in the human factors testing of devices or drug delivery .. Read more products. Users with low health literacy differ from others in the way that they interact with and interpret written materials such as instructions for use (IFU) or other printed materials that accompany medical devices or combination products. Instructional materials designed without this important user group in mind can lead to unanticipated pre- or post-market issues that may be safety related or can derail a regulatory submission. During product development, manufacturers have a prime opportunity to design materials for low health literacy users by combining best practices in instructional design and human factors testing. In this webinar, you will learn how to address the needs of users with low health literacy to improve product use and mitigate potential pre- and post-market issues. You will also learn how to include users with low health literacy in your human factors testing to optimize instructional materials. You will be able to type your questions into a chat dialog box and the moderator will read it out loud to the speakers.
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