These experts will form panels, providing advice and evaluating new devices that present a risk.
The new European Union (EU) Regulations on Medical Devices (MDR)and on In-Vitro Diagnostic Devices (IVDR) came into force in 2017. These regulations include the establishment of expert panels. They will advise the European Commission, the Medical Devices Coordination Group (MDCG), European Member States, competent authorities and manufacturers.
Register by 10 November
Do you want to contribute to a better evaluation of medical devices? Do you enjoy interacting with your peers? Apply now! Your expertise can make a difference to the health and quality of life of patients. You can register up until 10 November 2019.
Various fields, various missions
The selected applicants will be divided into panels of experts in fields such as orthopaedics, cardiovascular system, neurology and in-vitro diagnostics. Experts in those panels will evaluate new high-risk devices before they are placed on the European market. They will also have other tasks, including contributing to the development of common specifications for the clinical evaluation of device categories, guidelines and standards. You can read the full job description in the Official Journal of the European Union.
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