If you have successful experiences in user experience research for digital product(s) and want to work for a medical humanitarian organization, on a high-impact project for low and middle income countries, this position is for you!
Antibiogo is a Free, open source and offline Android application, that supports non-expert laboratory technicians in Low and Middle Income Countries (LMIC) in measuring and interpreting antimicrobial susceptibility tests in order to help doctors prescribe appropriate antibiotics to their patients. This project will contribute to the fight against antibiotic resistance, which is a major public health concern that is expected to cause 10 million deaths per year by 2050, in countries where access to Bacteriology testing is limited.
While a first version of the application is now deployed within MSF laboratories (DRC, Jordan, …), our team is currently developing a new version of Antibiogo integrating additional features : the user experience (UX) and accessibility of the application are of great importance for the adoption and use of the app by users of different backgrounds and cultures. In addition to medical constraints, we pay great attention to user research and its implications for designing the app’s user experience.