When: 31 May 2022
Time: 08.45 - 17.15 BST (GMT+1)
Also available as a face to face course, please click here for the face to face registration option
As discussed in the joint Human Medicines/ Medical Device session at the TOPRA 2018 Symposium, there are big changes ahead in Europe for companies with products incorporating a delivery device - eg, pre-filled syringes, auto-injectors and inhalers. The US and other regions are also focusing more on how to regulate these increasingly technical products appropriately. As such, this course will cover:
- An introduction to combination products
- The evolving regulatory landscape
- The impact of the new EU Medical Device Regulation
- New guidance documents
- Considerations for development of "combined products", including design controls and human factors
- The challenges, similarities and differences between the EU, US and emerging markets
- Industry case study
Benefits to delegates
CPD: This course provides 8 CPD hours upon successful completion.
- Understand the current legislation and guidelines
- Learn about solutions to the practical, technical and regulatory issues
- Prepare for significant changes in MAA submissions from May 2020
- Talk to the experts and share experiences with your peers
- Become equipped to deal with different global markets
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Click here to download a copy of the course programme - TBC
To be announced
- Anyone working in regulatory affairs.
- Individuals who are interested in the implications of combining medical technology and medicines.
- Device component suppliers to the pharmaceutical industry
A limited number of discounted places are available at the rates below.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a discount code before making your booking.
|Those working for regulatory agencies, government agencies or academic institutions
|Those working for charities, patient groups or are in full-time education
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