Certificat d'université : Clinical, regulatory and quality affairs for medical devices and in-vitro diagnostic

mede2fc  2020-2021  Louvain-la-Neuve

A Louvain-la-Neuve - 17 crédits - Horaire adapté - En anglais
Mémoire/Travail de fin d'études : OUI - Stage : OUI
Domaine d'études principal : Sciences de l'ingénieur et technologie
Organisé par: Ecole Polytechnique de Louvain (EPL)
Sigle du programme: MEDE2FC

Introduction

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SECOND EDITION OF THE CERTIFICATE – JANUARY 2021 – MAY 2021

Potential applicants are invited to attend an infosession on the 1st of December, 2020, organized within the remote fair for post-university education organized by UCLouvain (around 16:00). The platform is in French but the infosession will be given in English.

Please contact caraqa@uclouvain.be if you want more information



The Louvain School of Engineering of UCLouvain and Medidee jointly organise a new University Certificate in “CARAQA.be : Clinical, regulatory and quality affairs for medical devices and in-vitro diagnosis”.

This continuing education programme will consist of four modules organized from November 2020 to April 2021. Classes will be held in Louvain-la-Neuve and will consist of more than 170 hours of training.


Highlights of the programme
  • New European regulation requiring experts in the field

  • Critical know-how to boost innovation management in MedDev and IVD companies

  • Crucial demand of start-ups, medium and large companies for this expertise

  • Limited training offer in Benelux

  • Covers the requirements of MDR / IVDR Article 15 “ Person responsible for regulatory compliance

This programme has been designed in accordance with the “CARAQA” international training network, including Belgium, Switzerland, Germany and Denmark. For more information, go to :
www.medidee.com/services/caraqa-training-network


Votre profil

  • Biomedical, mechanical, electronic, software or material science engineers, in charge of medical or IVD development projects

  • Physicians, scientists or inventors of biomedical devices

  • Employees within the regulatory, clinical and/ or quality department of a manufacturing or subcontracting company manufacturing medical devices or IVD, or in a healthcare organization

  • Specialists involved in the design of sensitive medical products


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