Online workshop: US Regulation 21 CFR 820 for Medical Devices and Registration Procedures 510(k)
The workshop and materials will be in the English language.
Regulatory requirements for medical devices on US, European, or other global markets differ. Prior to a successful sale on the US market the medical device shall be registered (e.g. procedure acc. 510(k)), and should adhere to the quality system regulation principles outlined in acc. 21 CFR 820. .
Attendees will be informed of the main regulation for medical devices on the US market, 21 CFR 820, and other related regulations for medical devices (e.g. 21 CFR 803, 806, 11). The basic principles of registration processes such as 510(k) will also be discussed using practical cases.
Presentation of the regulations and requirements for medical devices on the US market with practical cases and discussions
Methodology and registration documentation preparation
Presentation of the registration process, assurance of compliance for FDA inspections
Marjetka Kralj KunčičPhD is a Doctor of Science in microbiology with more than 17 years of experience in quality management systems. Her previous work with a medical device manufacturer included not only laboratory management and quality control, but also active involvement in the development, production and regulatory compliance of medical devices, as well as quality management system compliance. Currently, she works as an SIQ auditor and a consultant in the field of medical devices and a member of the technical group for the preparation of health protection standards.
The online workshop will take place in a live online e-classroom and will be divided into three parts with breaks in between.Up to two days before the implementation, registered participants will receive a link to the online training. Participants need a computer with a microphone and a camera, as well as access to a reliably functioning internet connection to participate in online training without interruption.