EU medtech association plans pre-vetting educational conferences as part of ethics code
This article was originally published in SRA
EU medical device companies wanting to sponsor third-party educational conferences and congresses will soon have to face a "conference pre-vetting system" to ensure compliance with industry association Eucomed's code of ethical business practice requirements1.
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