iTPA Medical device and medical app regulations

  • Wednesday, 07/09/2022
  • 13:30 - 14:30

The Wellcome Auditorium,
QMRI, 47 Little France Crescent

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Join our information session in person or online with Richard Hall, a specialist consultant in medical device regulations. You have the option to stay for a bespoke one-to-one session with Richard.

Information Session: Whether you are working in medical technologies, devices or apps this event is for you. You will learn how to identify which regulations are applicable to your product, plan your development strategy, and write more effective regulation-conscious funding applications. The iTPA team have organised this for ECRs, following your feedback that you wanted a training session in all things regulation. Topics covered include:

  • What defines a technology as a medical device
  • The process of regulatory approval: when to start and which regulations apply
  • Software as a medical device and the use of AI in healthcare apps

One-to-one sessions: We’ll follow up the general information session with bespoke 1:1s for you to speak to Richard about your specific plans and projects. This is a great opportunity for tailored support from a leading expert with nearly 30 years of experience in the field. Sessions will run in an adjacent room until 5pm.


Please register by 31 August to attend the event and to request a 1:1 slot with Richard.

Registrations to attend the information session are still welcomed after this date.

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