One of the new requirements of the MDR is to provide a Summary of Safety and Clinical Performance (SSCP), a document that is completely new to the medical device industry and that is unique in its structure and format: it is intended to include detailed information on a medical device for both healthcare providers and patients and will be available for the public. To be able to work on your SSCP you need strong technical skills, but you also have to be able to translate the technical documentation into a language that is clear to a lay audience without any medical background. In addition, consistency with the Technical Documentation, different expectations from the manufacturer and the Notified Body and strict timelines are additional hurdles.
This course will give you profound insights into the regulatory requirements for the SSCP, best practice advice on how to prepare the SSCP, as well as insights in common pitfalls and tips on how to prevent them.
Virtual get together: Introduction of participants and the speaker, expectations towards the training
Introduction to Article 32 of EU MDR 2017/745 (Summary of Safety and Clinical Performance)
Structure and Content: The MDCG (Medical Devices Coordination Group) Guidance 2019/9
Input documents and review cycles
Team discussion: Brainstorming on how to ensure consistency of the SSCP with the Technical Documentation
How to write for a lay audience
Practice: Writing a lay summary of a clinical trial based on an example from ClinTrials.gov
Team discussion: Difficulties in writing lay summaries
Best practice – data visualization
Required information for the healthcare professional section
Practice: Prepare a summary of safety information from different sources (PMS, Clinical Studies, literature data) for the SSCP
Team discussion: Difficulties in writing a summary of safety data
Common pitfalls and strategies to avoid them
Medical writers, Clinical Affairs, Quality Assurance, Product Managers.
Attendees’ experience This course is intended for personnel with little or no experience in regulatory writing, including the Summary of Safety and Clinical Performance, under the Medical Devices Regulation 2017/745 (EU MDR) and with little or no experience in the preparation of lay summaries.
The workshop will be a mixture of presentations, team discussion, brainstorming and practical examples.
MD – Medical / Clinical Writer at BD (Becton Dickinson) – Peripheral Interventions
Katharina Friedrich is a medical writer with experience in MDR regulatory writing. She is based in Heidelberg, Germany and works for an international medical device company - Becton Dickinson. She is responsible for the preparation of Clinical Evaluation Plans and Reports, PMCF Plans and Reports and SSCPs in compliance with MDR 2017/745 for class I to class III devices. She also supports development projects and the conduction of PMCF activities. As medical doctor she has experience in the field of orthopedic and trauma surgery.
June 15th, 2021 9:30 am – 12:00 pm CET
June 16th, 2021 9:30 am – 12:00 pm CET
June 17th, 2021 9:30 am – 12:00 pm CET
After the registration, you will receive all details about the connection. The course will proceed with a minimum number of participants. Should this number not be reached the registered participants will be notified one week prior to the commencement of the course.
Early Bird:€ 825,00*(until 18 May 2021)
Freelance – Academy – Public Administration**:€ 536,00*
*for Italian companies: +22% VAT
**Early Bird discount not applicable to Freelance – Academy – Public Administration fee
The fee includes:tuitions, organizational office assistance, teaching materials and attendance certificate that will be sent after the training via e-mail.
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