Chris is involved in:
- Research examining factors underpinning the successful design, development and deployment of interactive medical devices.
- Industry wide support and advice on tools and techniques to optimise equipment safety and usability (e.g. personas, scenarios, use cases, design patterns).
- Disseminating knowledge of applicable standards and US / European regulatory frameworks (e.g. EU Medical Device Directives, IEC 62366:2007, ANSI/AAMI HE-75:2009).
Chris Vincent is a research associate working on the CHI+MED project at the UCL Interaction Centre (UCLIC). Chris aims to understand how industry can benefit from HCI practice and support methods that contribute towards safer interactive medical devices. Prior to joining UCL, Chris completed a PhD investigating the contribution of colour to visual memory. He has also spent four years working in the aviation industry, supporting the design and evaluation of fast jet decision-support aids.
|Chris Vincent, Ann Blandford||Bags, batteries and boxes: A qualitative interview study to understand how syringe drivers are adapted and used by healthcare staff||2017||Applied Ergonomics, Journal article|
|Chris Vincent, Ann Blandford||How do health service professionals consider human factors when purchasing interactive medical devices? A qualitative interview study||2016||Applied Ergonomics, Journal article|
|I Iacovides, Ann Blandford, Anna Cox, BD Franklin, P Lee, Chris Vincent||Infusion device standardisation and dose error reduction software||2015||British Journal of Health Care Management, Journal article|
|Chris Vincent, Ann Blandford||Usability standards meet scenario-based design: challenges and opportunities||2015||Journal of Biomedical Informatics, Journal article|
|Y Qin, Chris Vincent, N Bianchi-Berthouze, Y Shi||AirFlow: Designing Immersive Breathing Training Games for COPD||2014||Conference paper (text)|
|Ann Blandford, J Back,, A Cox,, D Furniss,, J Iacovides,, Chris Vincent||Closing the Virtuous Circle: Making the Nuances of Infusion Pump Use Visible||2014||Conference paper (text)|
|I Iacovides, Ann Blandford, Anna Cox, BD Franklin, P Lee, Chris Vincent||Infusion device standardisation and dose error reduction software||2014||British Journal of Nursing, Journal article|
|Chris Vincent, Y Li, Ann Blandford||Integration of human factors and ergonomics during medical device design and development: It's all about communication||2014||Applied Ergonomics, Journal article|
|Ann Blandford, Dominic Furniss, Chris Vincent||Patient safety and interactive medical devices: Realigning work as imagined and work as done||2014||Clinical Risk, Journal article|
|Chris Vincent, Ann Blandford||The challenges of delivering validated personas for medical equipment design||2014||Applied Ergonomics, Journal article|
|Jonathan Back, I Iacovides, Dominic Furniss, Chris Vincent, Anna Cox, Ann Blandford||Designing Better Prescription Charts: Why we can’t just ask the nurses.||2013||Conference paper (text), CHI 2013 Workshop: Safer Interaction in Medical Devices (CHI+MED)|
|Chris Vincent, Ann Blandford, Y Li||QOC-E: A mediating representation to support the development of shared rationale and integration of Human Factors advice||2012||Conference paper (text), Santa Monica, US|
|Y Li, P Oladimeji, C Monroy, A Cauchi, Harold Thimbleby, Dominic Furniss, Chris Vincent, Ann Blandford||Design of Interactive Medical Devices: Feedback and Its Improvement||2011||Conference paper (text), Piscataway, UC|
|Chris Vincent, Ann Blandford||Designing for safety and usability: user-centered techniques in medical device design practice||2011||Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, Journal article|
|Chris Vincent, Ann Blandford||Maintaining the Standard: Challenges in Adopting Best Practice when Designing Medical Devices and Systems||2011||Conference paper (text)|
|Dominic Furniss, Ann Blandford, A Rajkomar, Chris Vincent, A Mayer||The visible and the invisible: Distributed Cognition for medical devices||2011||Conference paper (text)|
|Chris Vincent, Ann Blandford||Medical Device Design Standards: Necessary But Not Sufficient||1900||Poster, HFES 2014 International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care Chicago|