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An Introduction to the Medical Devices Directives


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Who should attend?

Past delegates include personnel from the following departments:- Regulatory Affairs Pharmacovigilance Quality Assurance Technical Support This seminar will be of interest to all personnel who are new to the medical device industry, all those who intend to place a medical device on the market and anyone who requires an overview of the medical device sector

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COURSE OVERVIEW

This seminar provides a detailed introduction to the European medical device legislation. It will explain the Directives and which products are covered, the involvement of Notified Bodies, how to choose one and outline what a manufacturer must do. It will also cover the documentation necessary to apply for the CE Mark.

This is an excellent introduction from leading experts in the field and delegates should expect three comprehensive days of training.

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND

An Introduction to the Medical Device Directives ~ this course will help you gain a comprehensive understanding of the regulatory requirements.

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING

  • Learn the role of a Notified Body
  • Know what a Competent Authority expects
  • Better under Conformity Assessment Procedures, Classification, Medical Device legislation
  • Comply with Manufacturing Responsibilities
  • Consider the requirements for Quality Systems
  • Plan your Clinical Evaluations

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Contact

Leigh White
info@management-forum.co.uk

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