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Developing coherence with changes to the medical device regulations to effectively run clinical trials and post market activities

Arena International is delighted to announce that Outsourcing in Clinical Trials Medical Devices Europe is set to take place for its 4th annual occurrence in Munich, Germany during February 2017. Next year’s event will bring together industry experts from European medical device companies with specialist service providers and notified bodies from across the globe to address the most pressing challenges within this space.

Through an exciting mix of topics on the programme, the two day event will cover discussions on the most recent revision to the medical device regulations which will affect the whole industry, from; notified bodies, CROs to manufacturers. Discussions will stem into changes and effective implementation of post-market surveillance, clinical reimbursement and vendor selection/management.

The 2017 programme and speaking faculty has been announced and can be viewed in the related tabs listed above.


Event News

5 things to do whilst in Munich

Witness one of the best views of the city completely free; all it will cost you is the energy it takes to climb the 306 steps to the top.

Post Market Surveillance

In 2012 the European Commission proposed a new revision on legislation within medical devices. The revisions affected all kinds of medical devices, ranging from in vitro diagnostic to home use items such as plasters and contact lenses.

Regulatory Compliance During Mergers and Acquisitions

Two major issues in the medical device space this year were considered together in the conference’s opening presentation, given by Monir El Azzouzi, Quality and Regulatory Compliance, Johnson & Johnson.


View the latest testimonials from other events from our Outsourcing in Clinical Trials Series

Highlights From This Year

Represented on this year’s programme were some of Europe’s foremost medical device manufacturers including Johnson & Johnson, St. Jude Medical and Boston Scientific. Over the course of two days, senior-level decisions makers came together to discuss some of the most pressing challenges in the outsourcing of medical device trials.

Who should attend this event?

Outsourcing in Clinical Trials Medical Devices Europe offers attendees the unique opportunity to debate and develop comprehensive strategies for outsourcing in clinical trials, network with industry peers and establish working relationships with experienced solution providers.