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Fundamentals of Regulatory Affairs
This essential reference guide covers US, EU, Canada, International, Japan and Global Devices.
For 20 years, our flagship publications, Fundamentals of US Regulatory Affairs, has been giving regulatory professionals the insights and answers they need, right at their fingertips. Introducting the 10th edition of Fundamentals of US Regulatory Affairs, the cornerstone of a good regulatory library.
Navigate the complexities of the requirements and guidance's of healthcare product regulation in on comprehensive resource.
New European Medical Device and In Vitro Diagnostic Regulations
Only RAPS brings together the leading industry experts, regulators and Notified Bodies who have been tracking the evolution of the MDR and IVDR from the beginning. Now we want to connect you with the world’s largest community of regulatory professionals to fully understand the texts and hash out the challenges of tracking and implementing the new requirements. RAPS is here to help you prepare for the changes and understand the impact on your organization’s regulatory resources.
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Scope of Practice
RAPS’ biennial Scope of Practice & Compensation Survey of the Regulatory Profession is the largest, most comprehensive research initiative on the global regulatory profession. In response to the 2016 survey, more than 3,300 regulatory professionals around the world who are involved with healthcare and related products answered questions about their compensation, job responsibilities, professional and educational backgrounds and more.