This seminar provides a detailed introduction to the European medical device legislation. It will explain the Regulation and which products are covered, the involvement of Notified Bodies, how to choose one and outline what a manufacturer must do.
15-17 May 2019
& 11-13 Nov 2019
GBP 1,849 1,549 *
EUR 2,589 2,169 *
USD 2,884 2,416 *
* When you book before 22 Mar
This seminar provides a detailed introduction to the European Medical Device Regulation (MDR). It will explain the new legislation and which products are covered, the involvement of Notified Bodies and how to choose one and will outline a manufacturer’s responsibilities. 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.
Past delegates include personnel from regulatory affairs, pharmacovigilance, quality assurance and technical support. This event will be of particular 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.
What is a medical device?
Europe and the MDR – overview of the regulations applicable for bringing a medical device to market
Economic operators and other parties
Classification of devices
Conformity assessment procedures
Workshop 1: Classification
Labelling of devices
Workshop 2: Labelling
Workshop 3: CE marking 16.45 u Discussion session
Medical device vigilance
Workshop 4: Vigilance
Devices incorporating material of animal origin
The revision to the regulations for medical devices
Question and answer session
Janette Benaddi (15-17 May 2019, 11-13 Nov 2019)
Janette Benaddi is an Independent Consultant and previously the Director of Clinical & Consulting Europe for NAMSA. NAMSA is a global Medical Research Organization offering a breadth of services form preclinical to post market activities throughout the medical device product development cycle.
Janette has over 20 years’ experience of managing pre and post market clinical studies in both devices and pharmaceuticals. Janette has worked with several multinational organizations in various clinical, regulatory and marketing roles. She has extensive experience of conducting clinical studies with medical device products as well as regulatory expertise for CE marking of devices.
Janette is a registered nurse, has a BSc in Management studies, a Diploma in Company Direction, and a Diploma in Management studies, holds a teaching certificate and is a Chartered Scientist and Chartered Director. Janette sits on several committees in the device community and industry and has been an instrumental advocate of improving and advancing medical device research in the UK. Janette has published several articles relating to medical device regulation and clinical studies.
Will Burton (15-17 May 2019)
Will Burton, Director of Russell Square Quality Representatives (RSQR) Ltd, is engaged in providing a range of consultancy and training services to the international medical device, pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry sectors. Prior to founding RSQA in 1995, Will was the Professional Services Manager of the Manufacturer Registration Scheme Business Unit of the UK Medical Devices Agency (now MHRA).
He is a Pharmacist, Medicinal Product Qualified Person, Medical Device Expert and registered international lead assessor. He managed the UK team of medical device expert assessors performing worldwide quality systems audits of medical device manufacturers against the requirements of the Department of Health’s Quality Systems Documents which formed the foundation for ISO 13485. He has very extensive auditing and quality systems experience and was closely involved in the selection, training and monitoring of UK Notified Bodies. He continues to perform QMS audits to ISO 13485 worldwide and has lectured internationally on related topics.
Theresa Jeary (15-17 May 2019)
Theresa Jeary is Head of the Notified Body for Medical Devices at LRQA, where she is responsible for Devices Drug products and Class III Medical Conformity Assessment for a wide range of medical devices including In-Vitro Fertilization Media and Solutions for Organ Preservation. She has over 25 years’ experience working in both the Pharmaceutical and Medical Device industries and has worked in a variety of roles across the full development cycle from product concept and early stage development, process transfer, validation and regulatory departments, and has been a part of the team for many commercially available medicinal and medical device products.
Theresa first introduction to the Medical device Industry was as the R&D Manager for a medical device manufacturer, with responsibility for the development of several device drug combination products, with the core technology utilizing bovine collagen. Having been impressed by the innovative nature and speed of development in the Medical Device Industry, she then pursued a move to the other side of the “fence” and into the Notified Body world of Conformity Assessment. First, at BSI as a Certification Manager in the General Device group, and now with Lloyds Register Quality Assurance (LRQA).
Over the years, she has conducted many successful consultations with a large number of the European Competent Authorities as well as the European Medicines Agency (EMA) as well as reviewing the classification of borderline products. She holds a Master’s Degree in Pharmaceutical Science and is eligible to be a Pharmaceutical Qualified Person.