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UGA/FDA Medical Device Conference 2014

UGA Conf 2014

Tuesday, Nov 4 — 6:30pm – 8pm                 Pre-Conference Reception/Exhibits
Wednesday, Nov 5 — 8:15am – 5:30pm     Conference

The University of Georgia is pleased to host the 2nd Annual Medical Device Regulations Conference at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education in Athens, GA on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 4 & 5, 2014. Co-sponsored with the FDA, this comprehensive one-day conference convenes leaders throughout the southeast with industry experts in fields of Biodesign, In-Vitro Diagnostics, Medical Devices, Combination Products and Biotechnologies. We will examine current topics of medical devices from EU Regulatory Changes, Pre-Subs, Agreements, Advertising via Social Media, UDI’s, Risk Benefit and Warning Letter responses. It will be of special interest to Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs professionals for a practical and realistic approach to these hot topics. The topics will be presented by highly experienced professionals including current and former FDA personnel.

REGISTRATION: Early Registration (before Oct 17) = $250 After Oct 17 = $295 Student Rate: Early Registration (before Oct 17) = $100 After Oct 17 = $145

For more information and to register, go to: www.mdr-con.com

 

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Social Responsibility and Quality

How ASQ is Involved

ASQ was awarded the administration of the U.S. Technical Advisory Group (TAG) on Social Responsibility by the American National Standards Institute. The U.S. TAG is the U.S. member of an international working group chartered with developing an International Standard on Social Responsibility. ASQ’s involvement is a direct extension of its existing leadership role in standards development.

Social responsibility is in direct alignment with aspects of ASQ’s long-term objective to serve as stewards of the quality movement by ensuring that ASQ activities provide increased value to society and our members.

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