MDR- How to write a Technical file

April 01, 2019 - April 01, 2019 / Europe

Date:  1 April 2019

Location:   Amsterdam Area

Language: Presentations will be in English

Cost: Regular: € 875.-     

*You get 10% early bird discount if you book latest by 1st of March 2019!                              


The EU-MDR introduces a new view on technical documentation, that is broader than the current view on technical files and design dossiers (class III). It differentiates between data needed prior to market access (MDR annex II) and post-market data (annex III). With all the changes one can only conclude that all technical files and design dossiers need to be revised to match the EU-MDR requirements.


The Training

This training focusses on practical guidance to fulfill the technical documentation requirements in the EU-MDR. It clarifies what is needed for annex II technical documentation that needs to be ready (and reviewed by Notified Bodies as appropriate) before the market introduction of the new product. It will clarify the approaches and extent of data collection in the post-market phase. And it will provide insight into the requirements for Periodic Safety Update Reports and for Summary of Safety and Clinical Performance that will be part of the growing technical documentation for the products over its lifetime. The day will be filled with discussions and case studies. 

Program overview

  • Annex II technical documentation – pre-market
  • Annex III technical documentation – post-market
  • Regulatory Product Life Cycle concepts, embedding PMS and PMCF
  • PSUR & SSCP requirements
  • Case studies
  • Questions & Answers
  • Evaluation of the Course and Closing

Learning objectives:

  • Learn to structure data and build technical documentation under MDR

  • Understand the full impact of the new EU-MDR on PMS and PMCF principles in continued market approval

  • Know how to apply PSUR and SSCP

  • Understand how to build and use checklists, tools, and templates

Who should attend? 

  • RA department, creating technical files.
  • R&D creating technical documentation
Jan-Paul van Loon
Peter Reijntjes
Post date: October 25, 2018
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