Greg Thay

Greg Thay is the founder and principle human factors consultant at THAY Medical, and has over twenty years’ experience in the medical and pharmaceutical industries. He has worked in many therapy areas (orthopaedics, infusion therapy, wound-care) before finding a vocation in human factors and usability engineering nearly a decade ago. He now leads the human factors engineering team at THAY Medical to assist large and small pharmaceutical and medical organisations to develop usable, safe and effective technologies. Recently, THAY Medical CE-Marked their first wearable drug delivery device, which Greg project managed and tested, to ensure its first-rate usability and timely completion. Greg also has been involved in the human factors and usability engineering of many drug delivery technologies, and loves nothing more than to present on this subject!

  • Recorded webcast

Human Factors - The Increasing Importance of Instructions for Use

Free

Recorded webcast

This free webinar will focus on the often overlooked but increasingly important area of Instructions for Use for medical products. From the perspective of human factors and usability engineering, Instructions for Use significantly impact the performance of the user to use medical devices safely and effectively and often are only used when the user has a problem. The webinar will look at why we need Instructions for Use to be usable, not only for safety but for regulatory approval and how you achieve that. It will address what predictions can be made from existing data and discuss what the future of Instructions for Use could be. This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about this important element of your regulatory submission.

  • 1.5 CPD hours High impact
  • Presented by Greg Thay
  • Next: 24 Apr 2024 Live online
  • Also: 10 Jul 2024 Classroom
  • Also: 23 Oct 2024 Live online

An Introduction to Human Factors for Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Professionals

New for 2024

Live online, Classroom

This course will cover the key regulations used globally in human factors and usability engineering, the specific standards and guidances that detail processes, methods, and the tools commonly used in medical device development that focus on the user, as well as the interaction with risk management and future business success.

  • Presented by Greg Thay