Course Description

Electronic Instructions for Use of Medical Devices in the European Union

Course Description:

This course provides a detailed review of the European requirements for the electronic labeling of medical devices under directives 93/42/EEC (Medical Device Directive [MDD]) and 90/385/EEC (Active Implantable Medical Device Directive [AIMDD]).

The contents of this course are based on the European regulation 207/2012: “On Electronic Instructions for Use of Medical Devices.”

Learning Objectives:

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

  • Recall the context and background of electronic labeling
  • Implement Instructions for Use (IFU) in an electronic format based on risk assessment
  • Assess whether the conditions for providing IFUs in an electronic format are fulfilled

Who Should Enroll:

Regulatory affairs professionals in charge of labeling, developmental engineers and clinical research managers who contribute to the setup of medical device labeling, and quality managers and engineers who are responsible for change control of technical documents (including labeling) are all encouraged to participate in this course.

Prerequisite Knowledge/Requirements:

A strong grasp of the CE-marking process, essential requirements, the principles of the risk management process, and the logical links between essential requirements, risk management, clinical evaluation, and the outcome for labeling are all requirements for this course.

Knowledge of the general requirements for labeling that apply within the European Union is also required. 

For more information on the topics above, please review the following courses:

  • Labeling Requirements for Medical Devices in Europe (ID N133)

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