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FREE Webinar: Revision of the In Vitro Diagnostic Directive

RESTON, Va., Jan. 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- BSI's Healthcare Solutions Group is hosting a free webinar on the upcoming changes to the IVD Directive. This free webinar is scheduled for January 26 and is intended to address the growing number of questions about the upcoming changes and how to be prepared.


"We'll do our best in this webinar to help the audience understand the current status and upcoming changes, as well as insight on how to be prepared," said Sue Spencer, BSI's Global Head of IVD, and instructor of global regulatory and compliance training courses. Spencer will discuss the upcoming revisions, and what requirements medical device manufacturers and Notified Bodies can expect to see in the year ahead with the In Vitro Diagnostic Directive. The webinar is FREE to medical device professionals and others interested.

BSI's educational webinar series have educated thousands of medical device professionals around the world. We are committed to guiding the medical device community through the journey of regulations, compliance, and continued education.

Details and registration for upcoming webinar:
Date: Thursday, January 26, 2012
Title: Revision of IVD Directive, Are You Ready?
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m EST
Presenter: Sue Spencer, BSI, Global Head of IVD

Sue Spencer has 26 years of experience in the IVD industry, and has held various positions in R&D, Manufacturing, and Quality Assurance. She joined BSI in 2009 as Head of IVD, where she has developed a full scope Notified Body that can provide a responsive IVD service to clients world-wide.

About BSI
Since 1901, BSI has provided customers with impartial third-party standards-based assurance, compliance, information solutions, and training. BSI is a trusted partner to Industry and Government with over 66,000 organizations, in almost 150 countries, working with over 50 BSI global offices. Our mission is to ensure patient safety while supporting timely access to global medical device technology. We provide thorough, responsive, predictable conformity assessments, evaluations, and certifications that are recognized and accepted worldwide.

BSI is a trusted partner to industry and government with a focus to support their business objectives through the transfer of knowledge of best practices, assurance services to identify and measure performance indicators, training services to aid the building of organizational competency and enable continuous improvement, and the tools to monitor, enhance and report on compliance against the customer's management system objectives.

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