Medic Summit is a concept that facilitates knowledge to the Health Care sector via summits and events.Our next summit - The MedTech Copenhagen 2021 - will highlight the need for understanding the requirements of collecting a sufficient amount and quality of evidence before perusing regulatory approvals from a Notified Body. REGISTER HERE
Generating evidence and closing evidence gaps
The processes and the compliance framework governing clinical studies have become far more complex with the introduction of the MDR 2017/745. There is a need for understanding the requirements of collecting a sufficient amount and quality of evidence before perusing regulatory approvals from a Notified Body.
A key area for discussion during this program will be methods for identifying the evidence generation, as well as understanding how to identify your evidence gaps. Fully understanding which approach is most appropriate based on the classification of the medical device in question.
The Odd Fellow Palace will host our first event
We are proud to present our venue, one of Copenhagens most famous congress halls, to set scene in their historic building.
The Odd Fellow Palace was originally built 1752-55 in impressive rococo style as a private home for a noble family. It has an exclusive address in Bredgade in the heart of Copenhagen, close to Amalienborg Palace, The Royal Danish Theatre’s Old Stage, The Marble Church and other national landmarks.
Throughout the ages, the palace has historically been associated with the royal house and since 1900 has been owned by the Odd Fellow Lodge.
The Odd Fellow building
From inside the palace