The newly finalised Medical Device Regulation will mean significant changes to clinical evidence with more clinical data being required for riskier device products.
Day One (Clinical Evaluations) will focus on clinical evaluation reports and will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of literature reviews, proving equivalence, medical writing and managing CER's throughout the life-cycle of a product.
Day Two (Clinical Investigations and Post Market Clinical Studies) will examine the requirements and design protocols of clinical investigations for new devices with case study examples. This day will also cover post market clinical studies for existing products and will look at the impact of the new Regulation.
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Victoria Cavendish is a highly skilled Clinical Affairs specialist with a solid understanding of the associated Quality and Regulatory landscape gained over 15 years within academia, medical device manufacturing companies, and Clinical Research Organisations. Victoria has held senior positions at various medical device companies such as Premier Research, Reckitt Benckiser and Novartis Pharma AG managing successful clinical teams.
This course is aimed at professionals who are responsible for or involved in clinical evaluations and investigations in industry, consultancy, agencies, notified bodies and within CRO’s and include the following departments and job titles:
The course material was very comprehensive with a good mix of information on regulations and guidance and practical advice on how to comply. I enjoyed the informal atmosphere!
I chose this course to get an overall knowledge about clinical evaluations and really enjoyed the exchange of ideas with the course leader. A lot of information was shared!
I chose this course as I wanted to learn how to write more effective clinical evaluation reports. The run-through of a template CER was particularly useful.
I came to learn the current best practices in CER and PMCF and during the course I really enjoyed the specifics on CER methods and PMCF types and reasons to choose each.