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As the onset of the European Union (EU)’s new Medical Device Regulation (MDR) approaches, project directors, and heads of clinical operations and outsourcing of medical device companies must consider how they will comply with the new guidance. Learn how to navigate the new EU medical device regulatory landscape in this free webinar.
TORONTO (PRWEB) February 20, 2019
The EU MDR has medical device manufacturers wondering:
Join Premier Research experts – Nach Davé, RPh, MS, Vice President of Development Strategy and John Pappan, MA, MS, Director of Regulatory Affairs, Medical Device & Business Strategy – in a live webinar on Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at 11am EDT (3pm GMT) to get the answers you want.
This webinar will help pave the way to strategic planning for compliance with the EU MDR. New product development teams will discover that the timeline for MDR is extremely limited compared to existing products on the market. Post-market surveillance teams will discover the implications of the Post-Market Clinical Follow-up requirement and the European Database on Medical Devices.
For more information or to register for this event, visit EU Medical Device Regulation: Your Questions Answered.
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