Exploring medical devices, through the eyes of those who use them everyday.
In Our Eyes is a series of firsthand accounts of medical device use; deliberately qualitative and non clinical. My goal is to profile these devices and ask a simple but often neglected question; how could this be better for the individuals taking it?
As a patient, how often are we expected to accept the medical technology we are presented with, flaws and all? Welcome as the treatment may be, it is only by asking for more – as we would in other areas of our life, as consumer, payer or customer – that our options will improve.