MEETINGS - Course on Microbiology for non-Microbiologists (UK) November 1999:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Russell Square Quality Associates (RSQA) is presenting a training course in Microbiology for non-Microbiologists at the University of Bath in the UK on November 30-December 2. The course is intended to provide an understanding of microbiological issues associated with the Medical Devices Directive, and is aimed at QA and production personnel within the device industry and notified bodies. For more information contact RSQA in London. Tel: +44 171 721 7680.
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