Course Description

BIMO: IDE Investigator Obligations

Course Description:

This course focuses specifically on the primary investigator’s responsibilities at clinical study sites with investigational medical devices in the US. It offers a comprehensive look at the areas the US FDA reviews during bioresearch inspections and outlines common deficiencies identified by the US FDA.

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Learning Objectives:

Upon successfully completing this course, learners will be able to:

  • Distinguish the particular areas that the FDA reviews during bioresearch monitoring visits to specific clinical study sites
  • Anticipate what will be expected from investigators and study personnel during BIMO inspections and prepare accordingly
  • Recognize and define the regulatory pathways where human clinical research involving investigational medical devices is obtained
  • Demonstrate how the ISO 14155: 2011 standard relates to the US FDA BIMO program and why clinical sites located outside of the US must comply with the 21 CFR 812 US FDA regulations

Who Should Enroll:

Clinical project managers, senior clinical research associates, data managers, biostatisticians, clinical quality and quality managers involved in auditing and quality systems of clinical investigations for medical devices, regulatory managers dealing with FDA inspections, and clinical investigators and study coordinators involved in medical device clinical investigations are all welcome to participate in this course.


Prerequisite Knowledge/Requirements:

The following material is required for sponsor personnel:

  • A full understanding of good clinical practice and all processes involved in clinical investigations
  • Effective Monitoring of Medical Device Clinical Investigations (series; IDs 41–48, 59, 56, 50–55, 108, 96)
  • US FDA Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) Overview (ID 121)
  • Clinical Project Management Complete 10 Course Suite (series; IDs 97–106)
  • BIMO: US FDA BIMO Compliance Program (ID 143)

The following material is required for investigation site personnel:

  • A full understanding of good clinical practice and the mechanisms of conducting clinical investigations Medical Device GCP for Investigators (IDs 193, 200, 212, 202, 204, 206)

Subject Matter Expert:
Barry Sands

Duration:
190 min

Release date:
02/17/2011

Related resources:
Yes

Case studies:
No

Price:
Basic Account: € 594.00
Premium Account: € 446.00

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