Announcing 2 dates for RCSI Education training in Good Clinical Practise for Medical Device Research, Feb 18th and May 27th. For full details of these and other training courses and events check our Events Calendar.
Two Day Webinar – 24th/25th Feb 2021 HRB-CRCI in conjunction with Enterprise Ireland will hold a webinar on Feb 24th & 25th addressing the Medical Device Regulations coming into force in May 2021. The regulations will replace the existing Medical Device and Active Implantable Medical Device Directives. Key changes include the importance of the Quality Management Systems (QMS) based upon
World Cancer Day 2021 – Thursday February 4th 2021 Hosted by the Patrick G. Johnston Centre for Cancer Research, Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences at Queen’s University Belfast and supported by InterTradeIreland “Time for an All-Island Cancer Moonshot” – marking world cancer day Intertrade Ireland are presenting an opportunity to review the significant advances made in cancer research
Health minister Stephen Donnelly has signed the Health Research Regulation 2018 Amendments on 22nd January. The Department of Health has issued a press release on the amendment. Full details and documentation on the amended regulations are available on the gov.ie website. The Amendments relate to five substantive areas: Pre-screening to establish suitability or eligibility for inclusion in health research; carrying
TBMED is an Open Innovation test bed for the development of high-risk medical devices and ECRIN is part of this group. TBMED aims to support med-tech companies in the development of high-risk medical devices by reducing their time-to-market for the European sector. An open call has been launched offering services to SMEs and other medical device developers for their Clinical