We’re coming back…
After a two-year move to virtual events due to the pandemic, the AAMI/FDA/BSI Conference on International Medical Device Standards and Regulation will return “in-person” on 18-20 October 2021 with an expanded program of sessions and breakouts. For over 30 years, the ISC has been the key conference for our sector, providing updates and information on changing regulation and standards for medical devices and related healthcare products across the globe.
Headlining the conference this year will be a joint presentation by Dr. Jeffrey E. Shuren MD, JD, Director of the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health, and Graeme Tunbridge, Director of Devices for the U.K. Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency on Ensuring the Safety and Effectiveness of Medical Devices across the Product Lifecycle. A second keynote will explore the lessons learned from COVID-19 and industry’s response, and what these tell us about the future of the medical device industry and its regulation. A preconference symposium providing a Deep-Dive into the European Medical Device Regulations will be provided by BSI Global staff on Monday, 18 October, before the main conference opens.
Other sessions and breakouts are organized into the following “tracks:
For a look at the full list of sessions and breakouts, please see the Preliminary Conference Program Schedule. (Note: The preliminary schedule is subject to change, so please check back for updates and additions).
Who should attend? All those with personal or professional interests in medical device technologies and their safety, performance or governance should attend. The information provided by this conference is especially critical for clinicians, industry professionals and regulators involved in the research, development, manufacture and oversight of medical devices and companion healthcare technologies.
Social events: Conference breakfasts, lunches and receptions will provide attendees opportunities to meet and network with their colleagues from industry and government.