2022 is BIVDA’s 30th Anniversary Year and we are holding a working party seminar and MGM on October 12th at the Belfry Hotel, Birmingham, leading into to our annual Regulatory Affairs Seminar on the 13th and 14th.
External Affairs WP issues will be addressed in the MGM event, including topics such as the Diagnostics Strategy. There will not be an EAWP meeting itself, or for the Export WP.
Hot off the press, is the draft outline of the event below.
We will have external speakers from NHS England, Medtech Europe and other industry experts delivering each session.
|10.30||Plenary Session – Main Room|
|Procurement||Regulatory||Digital||NPT & ID||Environmental||Genomics|
|10.50||Frameworks||Sustainability||Cyber Security & IVD Systems||Impact of the UK Diagnostics Strategy||BOMCHECK||LDT Regulation for Genomic Tests|
|11.20||Social Value||Global Regulations||Digital resilience||Is this the future, NPT, APPS, LFT, connectivity||HSE Works Programme||Genomics White Paper and Diagnostic Strategy|
|12.00||GS1/Peppol||ISO||Software as an IVD||Waste, Eco-Design and Circular Economy||HSE Engagement on Chemicals legislation||TBC|
|12.30||Digital Path Transformation||10 Year View||Sustainability in Digital||CTDA||CPI Sustainability||TBC|
Members will be able to stay in their working party stream but we encourage you to move about to other working parties as the agenda appeals and we will have an event APP.
The overall theme of the event is the UK Diagnostics Strategy and how it will affect the work and landscape for each working party and your companies leading into a full MGM agenda with guests from DHSC, Medtech Directorate and other external speakers. We will also have information on membership benefits and the Market Audit.
There will be plenty of coffee and lunch provided to all members who attend. There is no charge for this event.
We are holding a briefing on Wednesday 3rd August at 9.30 to explain and demonstrate how you can take part and how to make sure you get the best out of the event.
Importantly it will also inform you of how to book, what to expect and how the Working Party’s and Regulatory Affairs Seminar fit together.
Please register for the briefing at the link below.