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Human Factors + Webinar: Regulatory Overview

By Erin Miller | May 17, 2021
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Part 1 of Noble’s Human Factors + Webinar Series: Regulatory Overview Join Noble’s Joe Reynolds and Joe Masci, along with Human Factors expert Kevin Cluff, in the first of our… Read More »

Noble Further Expands Its Human Factors Expertise with Two New Hires for Newly Created HF-Focused Positions

By Erin Miller | May 13, 2021
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According to the US FDA, human factors engineering is an essential component of product development for drug delivery and medical devices. The US FDA recommends making it a robust part… Read More »

Noble Launches Human Factors Engineering Services to Support Product Development and US FDA Approval of Medical Devices and Combination Products

By Erin Miller | February 2, 2021
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“Human Factors Plus” (HF+) is a natural extension of Noble’s deep understanding of the patient experience when it comes to self-administering drug therapies ORLANDO, Fla. (February 2, 2021) – Noble,… Read More »

Training Devices & Patient Education Play A Crucial Role in The Self-Injection Drug Delivery Market

By Erin Miller | October 27, 2020
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The biopharmaceutical industry has experienced incredible exponential growth in recent decades. Annual revenues have increased from US$4.4 billion (£3.4 billion) in 1990 to $275 billion (£213 billion) in 2018 (a… Read More »

Noble and Aptar Pharma Launch AdhereIT®, a Connected Medical Device Solution for Disease Management, Adherence and Onboarding Patients

By Erin Miller | October 5, 2020
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Crystal Lake, Illinois and Orlando, Florida (October 5, 2020) — Noble and Aptar Pharma are pleased to announce the launch of AdhereIT® — a connected, intuitive and user-friendly onboarding solution… Read More »

Pharma’s Role in The Global Environmental Sustainability Movement

By Erin Miller | October 5, 2020
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Environmental sustainability is a broad, expansive concept that can apply to everything from agriculture and manufacturing to building design. But how is it defined? The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)… Read More »