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Digital Health, Australia’s regulatory reforms, Chile’s device regulations, and a 3-step approach for manufacturers to prioritise their MDs and IVDs for compliance with the new EU Regulations now available from the Journal of Medical Device Regulation


London, 11 February 2019 – The Journal of Medical Device Regulation releases today the contents of its February 2019 issue to non-subscribing readers.

The following articles are now publicly available through the Journal’s website – www.GlobalRegulatoryPress.com – 10 days after their official publication in the Journal:

  • Reforming Australia’s regulations - doing more with less Down Under
  • Digital health - an opportunity or a challenge?
  • Adopting a strategy to identify products with the highest commercial value for certification under the new EU Regulations
  • What are the medical device regulations in Chile?

 

About the Journal of Medical Device Regulation

The Journal of Medical Device Regulation reaches regulatory professionals around the world and provides them with in depth articles on current regulatory matters as well as topical information on international regulatory changes. In addition to publishing review and discussion articles by opinion leaders from the device community, the Journal summarises the global news headlines and provides useful reference information in the form of charts and briefing documents. The Journal is a quarterly, subscription-only publication which is currently only available in electronic format.

 

For further information

For more information on the Journal, please contact Marija Capek (tel: +44 (0)1305 264797, email: marija@globalregulatorypress.com) or visit www.globalregulatorypress.com.
 

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