Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, medical companies and researchers have had to scramble in shifting in-person testing to remote testing, where possible. For the foreseeable future, remote testing may be a more prominent, or only option, in furthering a company’s mission of launching products and processes that are safe and effective. Testing physical stimuli through a remote platform comes with its own set of unique challenges, yet, can also offer benefits to organizations and research participants.
Join us for a complimentary webinar as we discuss remote testing methodologies geared specifically for physical stimuli in the medical space. Attendees will hear more about:
- General remote testing methodologies and online tools
- Introduction to and understanding of two newly developed methods used for testing physical stimuli: the virtual table and the actor/hands method
- Benefits, limitations, and considerations when executing these methods
- Live demonstration of these methods
Don’t miss your opportunity to learn how to successfully execute remote testing for physical stimuli and how it can continue your company’s goals in times of uncertainty while keeping everyone safe.
Mary Farrell, Senior Research Director, UX
Marissa Vallette, Director, US, UX