Landing Your First Medical Device Job: Three Ways to Stand Out

Medical Device Lecture
For most of the last decade in my position as an Adjunct Professor teaching courses on medical device development, I have met roughly a hundred people per year seeking their first jobs in the field. Luckily, the majority of them eventually find employment and a happy ending, but the struggle to get there is real and one of the areas where I try to offer help (and at times, ...
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Regulatory Considerations for Project Management – A Mini-Simulation
A new type of module will be added shortly to the Project Management for Medical Devices.  I call it a mini-simulation or miniSim.  The first one, here, will cover the impact of the FDA and regulatory considerations on medical device project management. Click here to check out the miniSim!  
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Design Controls for Medical Devices

Design Controls for Medical Devices - 21 CFR820.30
Design Controls for Medical Devices is a brief online course/webinar that gives a fast introduction to 21 CFR Part 820 Section 30, which is part of the US Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) that governs medical device development. As a "quick hit" induction to the subject, this course works wonderfully for getting new trainees to hit the ground running. The content for this ...
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Three essentials to get started in Medical Device Development

For a lot of us, winding up on a medical device development team is an accident.  How many people in our day sat there in high school and said, "I would like to develop intravenous catheters and neurovascular devices"?  Not many.  On the other hand by the time we hit late college or graduate school, some had the suspicion that this would be a cool thing to try. Today, the "kids...
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