Regulatory Essentials in Health Tech – Session 12: Clinical Investigations in Practice
Conducting a well-designed clinical investigation is undoubtedly the best way to produce information on the safety and performance of a medical device. Clinical investigations or studies can be demanding, and they often require several stakeholders from statisticians to health care professionals. Planning of clinical investigation should be part of the early development of a medical device to best comply with the requirements. Practical considerations related to the clinical investigation of medical devices are summarized in this session.
The Regulatory Essentials in Health Tech training series consists of fourteen 2,5h webinar sessions.
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All health tech developers and stakeholders interested in gaining specific knowledge on how to apply Clinical Investigations for medical devices. Special focus on start-up founders and staff, university innovator teams as well as young health tech professionals and new employees.
After this session, you:
- Know the regulatory considerations on clinical investigations
- Are aware of the stages of a clinical investigation project
- Understand the necessary roles in clinical investigations
- Are aware of the approval practices related to clinical investigations
This session is intended to provide a basic understanding of Clinical Investigation practices for medical devices. It is recommended to follow the Regulatory Essentials sessions 1-4 as well as sessions 8 for Risk Management and 11 for Clinical Evaluation prior to this course.
Hanna: ”I hold more than 25 years experience within heavily regulated life science business both in the public and private sector. I have strong expertise in clinical trials (drugs and medical devices) both in commercial and academic settings in various positions. My working experience in medical device regulatory affairs with worldwide submissions and sales approvals has given me a deep understanding of business practices, laws and regulations.”
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