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EMDT Launches New Specialist Conference on Managing Regulatory Change for Medical Devices

LONDON, October 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --

Taking place 30 November - 1 December 2011 at the Westin Grand, Berlin, Germany

European Medical Device Technology (EMDT), the leading news and media service for senior executives in Europe's medical device sector, today announced the launch of a new conference on Managing Regulatory Change for Medical Devices the only conference this year providing practical guidance to navigate senior executives through the uncertainty of medical device regulation in Europe, the US and in other emerging markets.  

Norbert Sparrow, Editor, EMDT says: "Global medical device regulation is changing faster than ever before. New directives are on the cusp of being implemented in Europe, and companies are anxious to prepare and ensure their current R&D projects will comply with the anticipated new standards.  Many European companies must also comply with FDA regulations and the 510 (k) process.  There has been a real rollercoaster with the impending changes to the 501 (k) and with the latest round of consultation groups, the industry is looking for some assurances.  Companies are also looking for new business opportunities in the emerging markets - requiring a steep learning curve in discovering each set of regulations.  There is no let-up for regulatory professionals at the moment, and this event will provide an essential learning and networking opportunity."

This medical device regulatory compliance conference includes focused discussions on the most current regulatory issues confronting the medical device industry, and was developed in consultation with industry leaders.  "The objective of the conference is not only to educate but also stimulate interactive, best practices discussion on timely European and worldwide challenges.  This meeting brings together medical device industry executives, regulatory and quality assurance directors from both small and large medical device manufacturers from across the globe, as well as consultants to this fast growing, dynamic and global industry," said Louise Challis, Conference Director.

To learn more about Managing Regulatory Change for Medical Devices and to register to attend, visit:

For sponsorship information please contact Louise Challis, Conference Director at +1-310-445-3722 or

For more information on EMDT conferences please contact:

Nicole Maisner, Marketing Manager
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