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In-house & bespoke training:
Development and technology

Technology and innovation in the medical device industry is constantly changing, from innovation in products, improving existing products, new manufacturing processes and modes of practice. Our medical technology training courses will provide delegates with essential information and illustrate the opportunities available from the use of medical device software to artificial intelligence and more.


 

An Introduction to the Design and Development of Medical Devices

In-house & bespoke training

A comprehensive introduction to the design and development of medical devices, including device constituent parts of combination products

Rated by attendees to the public programme

Typically presented by David Howlett (bio)

Typical duration: 2 days
Pricing from £800 per attendee
Delivery: collaborative classroom

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Cyber Security for Medical Devices

In-house & bespoke training

The impact of Cyber Security incidents on society is high, and in critical infrastructures such as healthcare it impacts the ability for hospitals to provide care. Cybersecurity for medical devices is not just about safety, it should also protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of systems and data. This seminar will provide you with an understanding of cybersecurity and its increasing regulatory focus, and how to embed and apply state-of-the-art security in your existing processes to deliver safe and secure products and solutions.

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Typically presented by Ben Kokx (bio)

Typical duration: 1 day
Pricing from £800 per attendee
Delivery: collaborative classroom

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EU Artificial Intelligence (AI) Act and its Impact on Medical Device Manufacturers

In-house & bespoke training

Many companies take part in the global ‘race to AI’ by continuously broadening the role of AI in their product portfolio. However, the rules of the game appear to be changing. The increased visibility of the technology’s risks has led to calls for regulators to look beyond the benefits, and also secure appropriate legislation to ensure AI that is ‘trustworthy’– legal, ethical, and robust. During this session, we will discuss the main players, trends, and challenges in the ‘race’ to AI regulation and how companies can move forward with an advantage.

Rated by attendees to the public programme

Typically presented by Koen Cobbaert (bio)

Typical duration: 3 days
Delivery: collaborative classroom

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Human Factors and Usability Engineering in the Development of Drug Delivery Products

In-house & bespoke training

Applying HF and usability to comply with the MDR.

This two-day workshop has been designed specifically for product developers who want to incorporate human factors testing into their product development, or need to provide the regulators with specific usability data for their device.

Rated by attendees to the public programme

Typically presented by Richard Featherstone (bio)

Typical duration: 2 days
Pricing from £800 per attendee
Delivery: collaborative classroom

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Medical Device Software: Complying with the EU MDR, EU IVDR & FDA Regulations

In-house & bespoke training

An introduction to medical device software regulations and requirements to include the latest EU and FDA guidance and risk management.

Rated by attendees to the public programme

Typically presented by Koen Cobbaert (bio) , Zuzanna Kwade (bio)

Typical duration: 3 days
Pricing from £1,200 per attendee
Delivery: collaborative classroom

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Metered Dose Inhaler (MDI) Technology

In-house & bespoke training

A comprehensive overview of MDIs including development, manufacture, regulation and market potential

Rated by attendees to the public programme

Typically presented by David Howlett (bio)

Typical duration: 2 days
Pricing from £800 per attendee
Delivery: collaborative classroom

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Pre-Filled Syringes: End-to-End Processing

In-house & bespoke training

Topics such as quality of syringe manufacture, quality of syringe components and why, quality of filling (volume check, reject reduction), quality of inspection and product release will be discussed in detail.

Rated by attendees to the public programme

Typically presented by Dale Charlton (bio) , Andreas Rothmund (bio)

Typical duration: 2 days
Pricing from £800 per attendee
Delivery: collaborative classroom

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Smart Packaging and Electronic Patient Information

In-house & bespoke training

Increased use of SMART technologies has become ever more prevalent in the delivery of healthcare solutions as well as in the electronic delivery of Patient Information (e-PIL) and leaflets (e-leaflets). This course will provide an overview of the current technologies, the patient and societal benefits and some building blocks for the establishment and delivery of e-PIL and SMART strategic initiatives, providing insight as to where organisations may be most significantly impacted.

Typically presented by Christopher Waterhouse (bio)

Delivery: collaborative classroom

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Sustainable Design and Manufacture for Medical Devices

In-house & bespoke training

Sustainability in medical technology, as in all industries, is increasingly no longer an option. It’s not a question of “if” – it’s a question of “how”. This free webinar will give you a high level of understanding of what sustainability options exist, what the benefits are and what drives them.

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Typically presented by Cormac O'Prey (bio)

Delivery: collaborative classroom

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Sustainable Design and Manufacture for Medical Devices

In-house & bespoke training

Sustainability in medical technology, as in all industries, is increasingly no longer an option. It’s not a question of “if” – it’s a question of “how”. This seminar will give you an in depth understanding of what sustainability options exist, what the benefits are, what drives them, and how to choose which will work for your company. It will also provide practical advice on how to implement change.

Typically presented by Cormac O'Prey (bio)

Delivery: collaborative classroom

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Mr. Howlett was very forthcoming, open to questions, and he really poured his expertise in the training, which made all the difference... I liked a lot the first day about design and development, of which I did not know anything.

Christian Micheletti, RA Manager, Nouvag AG

It was very good, I was impressed, I would have loved to do this course in person but this was a good alternative.
The speakers were very good, very knowledgeable but also good at teaching/ relating information. The presentations were easy to follow, it was useful to have the documents there to follow along as the speakers talked. All the content was relevant to the topic and occasional humus.

I enjoyed the course and would recommend Management Forum to my colleagues.

Zhané Healey, Senior Laboratory Technician, Medical Engineering Technologies

Yes, my expectations were met. I hoped to get an insight on the sustainability of medical device

Ifesinachi Onyekaba, Research and Development Specialist, MEDTRON AG

Very clear and straight to the point

Stefani Aleksandrova, Regulatory Affairs, Olympus

Great presenter, great content. It's clear that Koen has extensive and very relevant experience in the field. He's an engaging presenter with useful insights.

Michelle Galea, External Projects Manager, Optos plc

I would recommend it to anyone with no experience of design controlled medical device development. A good overview with a good amount of detail.

Hugh Clark, Mechanical Engineer, Cambridge Design Partnership

Good pace. Mixture of text and graphics... David did a good job and was engaging considering that the course was online, which is always difficult.

Danny Kendall, Senior Physicist, Elekta Ltd

just positive comments: very clear and professional

Marco Franza, Sales & Key Account Director, Plastiape SpA

Good course

Evie Eccles, Quality Assurance and Regulatory Compliance Manager, Blackford

The course covered a vast area, and it was helpful to follow new requirements/changes.

Jitendra Gupta, International Medical Manager, Novo Nordisk A/S