On-Demand Webinar: 5 ways to improve your EU MDR CER literature searches
February 23, 2021
While the deadline for EU MDR is fast approaching, creating and maintaining Clinical Evaluation Reports won’t stop on the 26 May 2021. Even if you’re compliant by that date, having an efficient and thorough process in place for maintaining CERs is vital. One of the biggest opportunities (and biggest challenge) is with EU MDR CER literature searches. Performing multiple searches for multiple sections, each with its own search strategy, can quickly become very time consuming and complex. At the same time, keeping a record of your search methodologies, tracking copyright for articles and keeping the appendix up to date means there’s a lot to keep track of.
In this on-demand webinar, we share five ways that you can improve your EU MDR CER literature searches. These five tips will help streamline your approach to making and updating CER documents and make your CERs better able to withstand regulatory scrutiny. You’ll learn:
- How and why you should question your search strategies
- Why you need to pay attention to copyright
- How to use the appendices to your advantage
- The importance of literature database selection
- The need to maintain audit-ready records of all searches and alerts
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Find out more about how we can help with medical device literature reviews for EU MDR Clinical Evaluation Reports here. We’ve also got a couple of blogs where we take a closer look at database selection and search strategy optimisation for EU MDR literature searches.
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