Wearable Injectors & Connected Devices 2019

SMi Reports: Regulation and policy to be a focus topic at the Wearable Injectors and Connected Devices conference this October

The Inaugural Wearable Injectors and Connected Devices conference is set to take place on 9th and 10th October 2019 in London, UK.

As Europe’s only Wearable Injectors Conference, this event provides the perfect platform for industry experts from both sides of the coin to come together and share perspectives on the practice of new technologies and advances of on-body devices.

Regulation and policy will be a focus topic at the conference this year. Sessions include:

Regulation of Drug-Device Combination Products (DDC) Including Wearable Injectors

  • Introduction to DDC and regulation
  • Regulatory requirements in a changing environment
  • Regulatory challenges

Veronika Ganeva, Senior Quality Assessor, MHRA


The UK as a Global Testbed for Innovation in Digital Health

  • Assessing the landscape of invention and innovation for enhanced digital health outcomes
  • Reviewing the collaborative approach, given the infrastructure is here, including the strength of the NHS, our health data, academic institutions and medical schools
  • Analysing how the UK is a global testbed for innovation, the time to act is now

Hassan Chaudhury, Specialist – Digital Health, Healthcare UK, Department for International Trade


Medical Device Connectivity and Data Protection – A Regulatory Outlook

  • An overview of the current use of connectivity in conjunction with medical devices
  • Ensuring accurate and reliable data collection
  • Complying with GDPR regulations
  • What’s new for improving device connectivity?

Mario Bejarano, Medical Device Connectivity Engineer, St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust


The event brochure, with the full agenda and speaker line-up, is available to download online at http://www.wearable-injectors.co.uk/pharmapr6


Plus, two interactive pre-conference workshops will be running on 8th October:


Workshop A: “Cross company collaboration to develop digital therapeutic solutions using connected devices” led by Digby Harris, Global Category Manager – Digital Therapeutics & Devices, AstraZeneca


Workshop B: “Wearable injectors: Envisioning their evolution to address current and future unmet needs” led by James Blakemore and Sergio Marlorni, Senior Consultants, Cambridge Consultants


For those interested in attending the conference, there is an early bird saving of £200 available for conference bookings made before 30th August. Registrations can be made online at http://www.wearable-injectors.co.uk/pharmapr6


Wearable Injectors and Connected Devices 2019

Conference: 9th – 10th October

Workshops: 8th October

Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, UK


Proudly sponsored by Schott & Mikron


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