Medical Devices

REdI Workshop

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The Regulatory Education for Industry (REdI) Program was established in 2012 as a FDA-led forum that brings together the regulatory educators from FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) and Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH). Program is free.

Goal:

To provide direct, relevant, and helpful information on the key aspects of drug and device regulations.

Audience:

Small manufacturers of drug and/or device medical products who want to learn about how FDA approaches the regulation of drugs and devices.

Program Series and Format:

  • REdI is held twice a year.
  • The Spring program is held at a different location in the United States. The Fall program is held in the Washington DC area.
  • The program is two days: Day 1 address premarket topics. Day 2 address postmarket topics.
  • Program features a plenary session that combines the themes of drug and device regulatory policy. Prior topics have featured: Combination Products, Companion Diagnostics, and FDA Insights on Products for Rare Diseases and Pediatrics.
  • Fall 2015 and 2016 Programs were offered in a hybrid format: attend either in person or remotely through Adobe Connect.
Next REdI Program - Fall 2017: September 27-28, 2017

Recent REdI Programs:

 

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