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Computerized Systems Inspections in the Medical Device Industry

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A UL EduNeering course

This course was designed by the International Society for Professional Engineers (ISPE) and EduNeering, Inc. in cooperation with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to help FDA inspectors recognize critical aspects of computerized systems in the medical device industry.  The course explains how computerized systems are used in the medical device manufacturing process and the approach to inspecting these systems. Rather than covering medical device software in detail, the course goes over the inspection of systems that automate aspects of the medical device production process and/or quality systems.

Featured Topics 

  • Use of computerized systems in the medical device industry
  • How investigators should approach computerized systems
  • Investigator reviews of computerized systems used in the medical device industry

Who Should Attend 

Professionals and experts in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device fields

Special Offers 

Save by purchasing multiple UL EduNeering eLearning modules at one time. One to two modules cost $99 each, three to four cost $89 each, five to nine cost $80 each, and 10 or more cost $65 each.

Contact Information 

Linda Belmont, DIA
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Technical Requirements 

Click here for minimum system requirements.

Registration Fees 

Other Fees

Group Discounts\Registration

When purchasing multiple UL EduNeering eLearning modules in one transaction, the following discount prices apply:

·          1 to 2 modules are $99.00 each

·          3 to 4 modules are $89.00 each

·          5 to 9 modules are $80.00 each

·          10 or more modules are $65.00 each

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