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Please join our speaker Molly Follette Story, PhD,
Head, Usability and Risk Management at Sanofi
Mannheim Area, Germany - Medical Devices

for the next SES Webinar:

We’re Only Human:  Addressing Human Imperfections
and Variability in Standards Work
Wednesday, May 21, 2014 from 1:00 – 2:30pm ET
Free to SES Members, $50 for non-members
The webinar will be moderated and there will be opportunity for questions.

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About the Webinar:
This webinar will consider the ways in which people vary and the implications for standards development. It will discuss the variety and variability of attributes of human beings, and introduce the subject of human factors.  It will also provide an overview of the new Draft International Standard (DIS) of the ISO/IEC document: Guide 71, Guide for addressing accessibility in standards.  The purpose of the Guide is to assist standards developers in addressing accessibility in standards that focus, whether directly or indirectly, on any type of system that people use.  The Guide provides guidance for writing accessibility requirements and recommendations that would be appropriate for a specific standard.  Finally, the Guide identifies issues to consider in support of accessibility of the standards development process itself.

LEVEL:  Beginner

About the Speaker:
Molly Follette Story, PhD, is Head, Usability and Risk Management at Sanofi, Mannheim Area, Germany - Medical Devices. She has an appointment to the Senior Biomedical Research Service. Previously, she served as a Senior Program Officer at the National Research Council of the National Academies. Before that, she was Principal of Human Spectrum Design and Co-Director of the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Accessible Medical Instrumentation. 

Dr. Story is an expert in universal design of products and in the accessibility and usability of medical instrumentation, has been granted six utility patents, and has served as a research and design consultant to a variety of companies.  Dr. Story received a BSE from Princeton University, a MS from Stanford University, and a MS and a PhD from the School of Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley.

This Webinar is sponsored by Techstreet