In this episode of GuideWire, Devin Hubbard with FastTraCS talks to Jim and Audrey Larson, a father-daughter duo from a family of healthcare innovators—one is a physician and the other is a medical device engineer.
Jim and Audrey discuss their journeys into medical careers and focus on everything from emergency medicine to design, research, and development of devices. You don’t have to have the ultimate solution in mind, but what is the problem? Find somebody you can work with.
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Links and Resources:
U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
FastTraCS Clinical Advisory Group
“My engineering education was way harder than medical school.” - Jim Larson
“Having an engineering background in medicine, the ability to do math at the bedside is something that you take for granted.” - Jim Larson
“There can be this dynamic where engineers can have a tendency to be sort of know it alls or cynics.” - Audrey Larson
“Getting to a solution that works is more important when it’s time-critical for patients.” - Jim Larson
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