DIA and Duke-NUS Centre of Regulatory Excellence (CoRE) will host a 2-day conference in Singapore on accelerating access to health products to improve the response to pandemic diseases. Over these 2 days, we will discuss the global impact of infectious diseases and approaches to expedite research and product development (including vaccines and medical devices). We will also explore the pathways to accelerate patient access to innovative products and how to effectively manage a pandemic situation in Asia.
APEC Life Science Innovation Forum Regulatory Harmonization Steering Committee Meeting. By Invitation only.
Medical devices help to meet a wide range of our healthcare needs. These products include not only hospital equipment and devices requiring medical expertise, but also items commonly used by consumers, such as contact lenses, thermometers, walking sticks and pregnancy test kits. Medical devices available in Singapore must meet quality, safety and performance standards. Therefore, the Health Sciences Authority (HSA) of Singapore has put in place a risk-based approach to medical device regulation. If you are involved in developing, manufacturing or selling a medical device, it is important to understand the relevant regulatory requirements, so as to facilitate registration and approval of your product.
JADE consists of 12 blended modules, with topics varying from compliance, statistics, medical communication, and clinical research to name a few. Click here for more details and to register for the programme.
Should you be a well-established clinician, or at the beginning of your clinical research career planning to write your first research proposal or a long-standing clinician scientist, being competent in the principles of clinical research will be of great importance to you.