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MEDEC Speaker Series - Europe's new Medical Device Regulation (MDR)
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The first major revision to device regulations since 2007

When: Thursday, September 29, 2016
10:00 AM (EST) and 2:00 PM (EST)
Where: EMERGO Free Webinar
Contact: Katherine Cartlidge

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europe's new medical device regulation (mdr)


EMERGO Free Webinar - September 29, 2016

   Two sessions available:  10:00 am EST or 2:00 pm EST


Ronald Boumans

Senior Global Regulatory Consultant for EMERGO (and former IGZ compliance inspector in the Netherlands)

The first major revision to device regulations since 2007 has been released and the changes are significant.  Although the MDR will not take effect for a few years this free webinar will help you plan ahead to liaise with the EU Notified Bodies.  The most important changes will be outlined, including:

  • How the MDR is organized
  • Scope of the legislation
  • Device classification rules
  • New clinical evaluation requirements
  • UDI and EUDAMED database
  • Adverse event reporting
  • And much more ...

For your convenience, this webinar is being conducted at two different times, 10:00 am and 2:00 pm (EST).  

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Anyone involved in European medical device regulatory compliance.  This webinar will NOT cover the basics of CE Marking.  Attendees should have a solid understanding of CE and the current MDD to receive the most benefit.  Attendees will receive PDF copies of Emergo’s 15 page white paper detailing the coming changes in the MDR, plus a bonus paper on European post-market surveillance.

A webinar in respect of In Vitro Diagnostics Regulations has also been scheduled for November 9th, 2:00 pm EST and November 10th, 10:00 am EST.  

Details to follow shortly.



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