Webinar: Insights from User Discussions on COVID-19 Testing in Non-Traditional Settings - POCTRN

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Webinar: Insights from User Discussions on COVID-19 Testing in Non-Traditional Settings

A Northwestern team led by Kara Palamountain will be presenting preliminary findings and takeaways on user needs and opportunities for COVID-19 testing


A Northwestern team led by Kara Palamountain will be presenting preliminary findings and takeaways on the topic of user needs and opportunities for COVID-19 testing based on more than 25 discussions with potential organizational and home users. These discussions included qualitative inquiries of user goals, concerns, and contextual factors for COVID-19 testing alongside feedback sessions on hypothetical products. The insights generated from these discussions can inform product developers and process planners as they work to create tests and procedures that are suitable for different user groups.

Moderator: 

Robert L Murphy, MD

Co-Principal Investigator, The Center for Innovation in Point-of-Care Technologies for HIV/AIDS at Northwestern University (C-THAN)

Speakers:

Kara Palamountain, MBA

Research Associate Professor Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management

Karlie Stanton, MBA

Cameron Beversluis

Silu (Lucy) Hu

This webinar took place September 15, 2020, 2:00PM EDT

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