Event info
Date:28 Apr
Time:9:00 - 10:15
Venue:Online
Contact person
Nicole Mastrell

Nicole Mastrell

Event Manager & PA to CEO

nm@mva.org

+45 6141 8634

MVA Inspirational Webinar Series – Your MDR Checklist

The 7 most important things to update in your technical documentation and your QMS, and how they interact

Do you want to understand which parts of the MDR that you as medical device manufacturer must have in place on May 26th and what you need to adjust in your technical documentation, when CE-marking a device against the new regulation? Is your technical documentation clear, or can the conclusion on benefit-risk appear as ambiguous? And do you know why your Notified Body will audit also your website?

This webinar will help you prioritize your efforts and avoid typical pitfalls.

Date: 28th April 2021
Time: 9:00 – 10:30 CET
Venue: Online

Recording of the webinar

You will gain insights into:

  • Intended use and classification, where it all starts.
  • How to integrate Risk Management and Post-Market Surveillance in the Technical Documentation
  • Biological evaluation and the importance of chemical characterization
  • Clinical evaluation, clinical studies, usability and residual risk
  • Marketing – all you need to know about Article 7
  • The key conclusion of your Technical Documentation – don’t spoil it!
  • QMS aspects and validity of MDD certificates.

 

Agenda

 

8:50Online platform open for registering participants
9:00Introduction of speakers, Key2Compliance and Medicon Valley Alliance
Ase Ek, Senior Consultant and Trainer, Key2Compliance
David M. Zepernick, Head of Business Development and Public Affairs, Medicon Valley Alliance
9:05Intended use and classification, where it all starts
Britt-Marie Gustavsson, Senior Consultant Regulatory Affairs, Key2Compliance
9:10How to integrate Risk Management and Post-Market Surveillance in the Technical Documentation
Britt-Marie Gustavsson, Senior Consultant Regulatory Affairs, Key2Compliance
9.25     Biological evaluation and the importance of chemical characterization
Emma Pedersen, PhD, Director of Biological Evaluation & Toxicology, Key2Compliance
9.35   Clinical evaluation, clinical studies, usability and residual risk
Robert Iosif, Senior Clinical Development Expert, Key2Compliance
9.45   Marketing – all you need to know about Article 7
Robert Iosif, Senior Clinical Development Expert, Key2Compliance
9.55     The key conclusion of your Technical Documentation – don’t spoil it! (Relation between CER, Risk Management and the PSUR)
Britt-Marie Gustavsson, Senior Consultant Regulatory Affairs, Key2Compliance
10:05 QMS aspects and validity of MDD certificates
Britt-Marie Gustavsson, Senior Consultant Regulatory Affairs, Key2Compliance
10:15Q&A
10:30End of webinar

 

Speakers

Britt-Marie Gustavsson
With a background as medical engineer working at several university hospitals and years of experience as technical file assessor at a Notified Body where she as team leader developed the review procedures Britt-Marie has unique knowledge in the field of medical devices, from a user perspective as well as from the technical documentation perspective.
Emma Pedersen
Emma Pedersen, PhD, Director of Biological Evaluation & Toxicology at Key2Compliance. She has been working with biological evaluation of medical devices for the past 11 years and has extensive experience in testing of medical devices and GLP, from her previous work at RISE (Research Institutes of Sweden). Her special interest is the 3Rs, i.e, replacing animal testing with alternative testing methods. She is a member of the Swedish standardization committee (SIS TK 340) responding to ISO TC194, developing the ISO 10993 series.
Robert Iosif
Robert works as Senior Clinical Development Expert at Key2Compliance supporting within overall clinical development of medical devices such as clinical evaluations, clinical investigations, project management and medical writing. PhD in Neurobiology within the research area of Neurogenesis in the brain. Over 12 years of experience from the pharmaceutical and medical device industries, primarily within drug development, clinical development, medical writing and regulatory interactions.

 

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