THE NEW ISO 14155
Gain a Comprehensive Understanding of the Changes
and the Impact on Working Practices
Conference Date: 01 Dec 2011
Conference Ref: N12-8211
Fee: £575 + VAT
Venue: The Rembrandt Hotel, London
Benefits in Attending:
Understand what has changed in the ISO 14155 Standard
Discover the new aspects of the standard and how they effect the conduct of medical device studies
Learn how to implement the changes, including updating your standard operating procedures and quality system
Be aware of the impact on study documentation and adverse event reporting
Take away tips and ideas for updating your own systems or putting new systems in place to comply withthe standard
The international standard for conducting medical device clinical investigations has undergone some significant changes which will have an impact on anyone who is planning to, or conducting a medical devicestudy. The standard has increased from a 15 page document to 60 pages and includes many additional sections with a completely different format which will have a considerable impact on the way medical device studies are conducted. The standard now includes clinical investigation planning and conduct and has separate annexes for important study documentation and adverse event reporting. If you are involved in conducting medical device studies this course will help you to understand and implement the changes.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Anyone who is involved in conducting medical device studies including, those who are familiar with the old standard and need to understand the implications of the revised standard, as well as personnel new to medical device study management. The course will be particularly useful to clinical, regulatory, quality and research staff working on medical device clinical investigations and post market surveillance studies. It will also be beneficial to those who are used to working with medicinal products but need to learn about clinical study requirements for medical devices.