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The labeling and promotion of your dietary supplement products are the most visible ways that the Food & Drug Administration and the Federal Trade Commission can track your compliance with federal regulations. A perfect complement to “Introduction to Product Labeling for Dietary Supplement”, this course will go over in detail each type of permitted claim that is available to you and the criteria for making each one. We will cover FDA and FTC standards for substantiation, how to build the substantiation for each claim that the FDA and FTC requires you to hold to ensure your claims are accurate and not misleading, and how you can avoid making implied claims which could lead to regulatory enforcement. Participants will learn how public knowledge of FTC and FDA enforcement actions affect business performance, enforcement/litigation trends and other responsibilities of dietary supplement manufacturers such as structure/function claim notification. Instructor: Erin Taraborrelli Note: A PDF of the presentation will not be distributed for this recording. You'll have access to the recording for 15 days once you complete your registration.  Certificate of participation are not issued for recorded courses​. Read More

Course Description: This virtual instructor-led two-day course provides practical instruction for auditors undertaking internal and supplier audits for the upcoming European Medical Device Regulations (EU MDR).  The course describes the regulation in depth from the auditor’s perspective and provides practical instruction for planning and conducting audits. This course includes a two-hour eLearning prerequisite module titled, “EU MDR – A Comprehensive Overview” to be completed prior to the start of the live instruction. Students should have some internal audit experience, and ideally have certified auditor / lead auditor qualifications in QMS audits. Read More

This course provides comprehensive instruction on the EU IVDR. It covers all aspects of the regulation and identifies key topics and changes, including the economic operators and new roles associated with EU IVDR, standard requirements that must be met by all IVD manufacturers, and pre- and post-market requirements of conformity assessment.​ Read More

This course provides comprehensive instruction on the EU MDR. It covers every aspect of the regulation and identifies key topics and changes, including economic operators and new roles associated with EU MDR, standard requirements that must be met by all manufacturers regardless of class, and the pre- and post-market requirements of conformity assessment.   Read More

The U.S. Medical Device Reporting regulation (21 CFR Part 803) contains mandatory requirements for manufacturers, importers and device user facilities to report certain device-related adverse events and product problems to the FDA. This course provides critical information to ensure mandatory reporters maintain compliance with the regulation. Read More

The pre-submission or Q-Sub program is a voluntary mechanism to get FDA’s feedback on specific questions necessary to guide product development and/or application preparation. This course provides instruction critical to prepare for a successful meeting with the FDA. Read More

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