Our informative and interactive Medical Devices Symposia in Korea, Japan and Taiwan will review the key updates to the regulatory requirements of different markets, while giving you the opportunity to network with other medical devices sector professionals.
Our international team of medical devices experts will provide you with an informative and interactive review of the key updates to the regulatory requirements in different markets. Across the three symposia, which will be held in Korea, Taiwan and Japan, speakers will share their knowledge on market entry requirements, regulatory frameworks and the challenges faced by manufacturers and other organisations in the medical devices supply chain. Experts will address the needs of different global markets, looking at each country or region individually and in detail. Sharing their industry-wide experience, speakers will also cover associated and pertinent topics that present further challenges and opportunities in the industry today. Attending an SGS Medical Devices Symposium will also be a unique chance to network with other medical devices sector professionals.
SGS Medical Devices Symposium in Seoul, Korea – March 27 - 29, 2013
This three-day comprehensive symposium will look in-depth at the country or regional markets of: Russia; China; Saudi Arabia; the European Union; Japan; Brazil; the US and Canada; and Taiwan. The expert speakers will also discuss the recent activities of the Asian Harmonisation Working Party (AHWP) and International Medical Device Regulators Forum (IMDRF).
SGS Medical Devices Symposium in Yokohama, Japan – March 26, 2013
The one-day event in Japan will be focused on the specific market regulatory requirement for the EU, Brazil, Korea and Taiwan.
SGS Medical Devices Symposium in Taipei, Taiwan – April 1 - 2, 2013
During day one of this two-day symposium the focus is on the requirements of different country and regional markets, with speakers covering: the European Union; Brazil; the US and Canada; Korea; and Japan. Day two of this symposium takes a look at a further four important industry topics. Among these speakers will be discussing life-cycle management related to medical devices software and the introduction of the EN 62304, and the clinical evaluation of medical devices.