Share Your Best Medical Device Design and Engineering Advice

Did you learn a valuable design and engineering lesson this year? Share it with your peers via MD+DI!

Amanda Pedersen 1

October 31, 2023

2 Min Read
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Thoughout 2023, MD+DI has brought you medical device design and engineering wisdom in the form of technical articles, Behind-the-Design features, Pedersen's POVwebinars, and even our weekly Trivia Tuesday series. Now, it's your turn to share!

Did you work on a medical device project this year that taught you valuable insights to carry forward to future projects? Share it with us for inclusion in an upcoming article that could help your peers with their next project. Although we would prefer to give you credit for your advice, we will consider including design and engineering takeaways on an anonymous basis for those who request it.

Deadline for submissions: Nov. 20

Multiple ways to contribute your design and engineering advice

  • Email [email protected] (must include "design and engineering" somewhere in the subject line)

  • Drop a comment in the comments section below this article

  • Visit any of our social media pages (LinkedInFacebookX) and share your advice on the social platform of your choice

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Need some quick inspiration? Check out these design and engineering stories, all published in 2023 on MD+DI:

How 3D Printing Enabled a Giant Leap Forward for Ostomy Patients

Q&A: Material Selection for Thin-Walled Micro-Molded Medical Devices

Challenges and Trends When Powering Implantable Medical Devices

Medtech Engineers Deserve Better Than Microsoft Excel

Behind the Design: How Abbott Built Its New TAVI System

Supercapacitor Patch Could Solve Power Problem for Wearables

Medtech Engineering Secrets Found in an Ancient Art Form

Did Someone Call for a Supplier Quality Engineer?

Behind the Design of an Automated Artificial Urinary Sphincter Implant

Your Medtech Project Flopped, Now What?

How to Build a Better PAP Machine

Behind the Design of the Award-Winning Skytrofa Auto-Injector

Your Most Pressing Steerable Catheter Design Questions Answered

What are the 4 Essential Elements of Medical Device Design?

Behind the Design: How iRhythm Built Its New Zio Monitor

3 Tips to Consider Before Freezing Packaging Design During Human Factors Research

Behind the Design: How Medtronic Built a Better TAVI Catheter

Attaining Device Usability Success Through Human Factors Validation

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