DAY 1: October 12, 2016
|7:30-8:00||Breakfast and Registration|
Welcome and Introduction of Moderator
Delivered by Susan Selke, Director of MSU School of Packaging
Moderator: Dan Penny, Director of Package Engineering at Cardinal Health
Introduction of Kelly Millenbah
Dan Penny, Director of Package Engineering Cardinal Health
The T Shaped Student and the Importance of Industry, Academic and Government Alliances in Educating Future Generations
Dean Kelly Millenbah
How events like HcPIE assist the academy and its students. The importance of the private sector in cultivating the students of tomorrow. Meeting employer needs with interdisciplinary, transformative learning informed by business, government and academia.
|8:45-9:45||Immersive Exercise: From Silos to Bridges|
PechaKucha- Current and Projected Trends in Medical Device Packaging:
|11:10-12:00||Human Factors and Packaging
Shannon Hoste, MSSE, MSM, RAC FDA/CDRH/ODE/DAGRID/HFPMET
On February 3, 2016, the FDA issued a guidance document entitled, “Applying Human Factors and Usability Engineering to Medical Devices.” Shannon will:
|1:00- 1:05||Announcements and Introduction|
The Impact of Context on Human Factors
Dr. Laura Bix
High Intensity Simulation with Potential for Infectious Disease Exposure Simulation
|1:30-2:30||Panel Discussion Concerns in Outbreaks/Infectious Disease and Packaging
PechaKucha- Student work regarding the objective evaluation of package design:
Rapid fire presentations of student work that HcPIE has enabled followed by audience driven discussion of the work.
Novel Active Surface with Ramifications for Healthcare and Packaging
Maria Rubino, PhD, Associate Professor, MSU School of Packaging
Bus and Dinner information
Buse(s) depart for transport to Broad Museum (Another bus at 6:30 for those not interested in the tour)
|6:00-7:00||Cocktails and tour of Museum (Limited HazMat Suits available with packages to open)|
Commander Mary E Brooks, RN, BSN, MS, US Public Health Service
Senior Lead Reviewer FDA/CDRH/ODE/DAGRID/GHDB
Lessons on the importance of human factors and packaging with a view from the trenches.
Questions on Keynote Presentation
Buses depart for transport back to the Candlewood Suites
DAY 2: October 13, 2016:
Recap of Day one and Introduction of Moderator
Moderator: Paul Marshall, Packaging Engineer, Smith & Nephew
The Affordable Care Act: What does it mean for you?
Dean Randolph Rasch
What impact will the Affordable Care Act have on patient care, nursing practice and nursing education and what implications does this have for package and product design?
Putting what we’ve learned to practice- How do we innovate in Medical Device Packaging in Ways that Improve Patient Outcomes
Emerging multi-axis laboratory simulation technology and its possible implications for future validation/dynamics testing
Each manufacturer shall ensure that device packaging and shipping containers are designed and constructed to protect the device from alteration or damage during the customary conditions of processing, storage, handling, and distribution. Instead of selecting and justifying test procedures that are somehow representative of the distribution environment, some product shippers are choosing to more closely simulate the actual dynamics as they simultaneously occur in transport.
Statistics on Aging and Home Health
Dispersion of Immersive Devices for use at lunch
PechaKucha- Home Health/Geriatrics, topics
Lessons from the Automotive Industry: Authenticating Product with Technologies and other Unique Identifiers
Rod Kinghorn, Outreach Specialist, MSU A-CAPP Center
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