Dublin, Jan. 24, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Medical Writing for Medical Devices Training Course" conference has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
This comprehensive course has been designed to provide you with a thorough understanding of the essential aspects of medical writing, with a particular focus on medical devices.
Writing for medical devices has its own particular skill set and, with important regulatory changes in the industry, all those involved in medical writing face a challenge to ensure they have the necessary expertise and resources to fulfil the requirements of the new regulation.
Under the guidance of our expert trainers, you will learn how to prepare a document that is linguistically and stylistically appropriate and understand the effective use of visual elements such as tables, graphs and flow charts. The programme will examine the content and structure of the CER - an integral part of the submission process, and ensure that you are fully aware of what a Notified Body is looking for in your clinical evaluation.
Practical exercises and discussion will consolidate learning, and helpful tips and techniques from experts in the field of medical writing and medical devices will enhance your knowledge.
Who Should Attend:
Medical device professionals responsible for preparing, writing and completing a CER
Medical writers producing reports for medical device manufacturers
Regulatory affairs personnel involved in preparing scientific documentation
Medical device personnel who require a fundamental understanding of what is required when drafting scientific reports for their products
Contract research organisations (CROs)
Key Topics Covered:
Overview of writing and editing documents
Substantive and technical aspects
Considering logic, text flow, wordiness and accuracy
Looking at the details such as language editing, abbreviations and acronyms
Preparing a clear message for the intended reader
Regulations applicable to the clinical evaluation of a medical device
Introduction to the European Medical Device Regulation (MDR)
Guidance documents for clinical evaluations - what is required?
Notified Body expectations
Writing regulatory documents
Do different audiences and documents require different approaches?
Corresponding with the authorities
Systematic literature searches for the CER
Effective search strategies
Deciding on what source data is required
State of the art
Aspects of English
Common errors in English that should be avoided
Brief overview of key punctuation points affecting meaning and readability
Improving readability - be kind to your reader
In terms of language, how perfect do regulatory documents need to be?
Structure and content of the CER
What is required to meet the regulation?
Contents of a CER
Conducting a clinical evaluation
CER case study workshop
Deciding on what source data is needed
Introduction to other medical device clinical regulatory documents
PMCF plan and report
Clinical investigation plan and report
Final checks - not just a spell check
Practicalities, tips and tools
Key take-home messages
Director of Clinical & Consulting Europe
Hawkeye Medical Limited
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