;   Medical Translation Insight: "Drugs from Mars, Devices from Venus" event in the UK - ForeignExchange Translations

After a popular presentation in Pennsylvania, FX Certified Partner Helen Colquhoun (whom we interviewed last week) is taking the show on the road. Or make that, across the pond.

Regulatory affairs professionals in the U.K. will have a chance to hear from Helen about the current state of global regulations as well as what can be expected this year and beyond. On Thursday, June 9th, Helen, who is CEO of Pleiad Devices, will be speaking at an event hosted by ForeignExchange Translations, Inc. It will be held at the Copthorne Hotel in Slough-Windsor from 8:30 until 11:00am.

Ms. Colquhoun's presentation is entitled, "Devices are from Mars, drugs are from Venus, but regulations are down to Earth." It will cover the differences and similarities of global device and drug regulations, approvals in the EU, human factors testing for the FDA as well as the state of regulatory affairs in Japan. Attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions and interact with Ms. Colquhoun and other industry professionals, and leave the workshop with practical tips that they can immediately implement at their own companies.

This event is part of ForeignExchange's continuing Multilingual Compliance Learning Series, following events in Minneapolis, Pennsylvania and Northern California. The event is complimentary so if you will be in the UK in early June, we would love to see you.

More information about the event can be found at:
http://info.fxtrans.com/devices-are-from-mars-drugs-are-from-venus-uk/


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