Wearable Injectors and Connected Devices Conference will provide key regulatory updates

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  • (1888PressRelease) July 14, 2021 - Wearable Injectors and Connected Devices Conference will provide key regulatory updates including guidance on MDR requirements and the impact of Brexit on data collection will be presented by regulatory experts for a comprehensive outlook of this exciting and ever-growing field, and the importance of considering human factors in order to enhance the user experience will be presented by industry experts.

    You can view the two-day agenda and speaker programme on the event website:
    A Regulatory Outlook including key sessions on:

    Impact of Medical Device Regulation on Drug Device Combination Products
    • Introduction of MDR requirements
    • Impact of MDR requirements on Drug Device Combinations
    • Complexity in regulating connected devices
    Julia Frese, Director, Medical & Health Services, TάV SάD

    A regulatory outlook for wearable connected devices
    • The use of digital technologies – how are they used in industry and in decision-making
    • An overview of the current regulatory framework
    • Currently existing recommendations
    • Data generation and future considerations
    Solange Corriol-Rohou, Senior Director Regulatory Affairs and Policy, Europe, AstraZeneca

    MDR Implementation for On-Body Injectors
    • Integral drug/device combination products and Article 117
    • Non-integral drug/device combination products and aspects to be considered for import, distribution, authorised representative, re-packaging & re-labelling
    • Considerations for pharma industry when implementing relevant MDR requirements
    • How will the MDR impact the future of the drug/device combination products industry
    Andreas Brand, Managing Director, Pro3 Management partnering with Congenius

    Regulatory Considerations for On-Body Delivery Systems
    • Regulatory analysis of on-body delivery systems as complex delivery devices
    • FDA expectations for on-body delivery systems
    • Regulatory considerations for on-body delivery systems as a combination product
    Priti Baker, Manager Regulatory Affairs Combination Products and Devices, Biogen

    Registration is live on the website and a saving of £100 is available for bookings made before 31st August 2021. Register online at www.wearable-injectors.co.uk/1888pr3
    Proudly sponsored by: Quantex-arc and Avery Dennison Medical

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    hsidhu ( @ ) smi-online dot co dot uk

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