Once again, we are heading off to the Q1 Productions, Medical Device and Diagnostic Labeling conference in Arlington, VA on the 25th of April. During the main conference, our Managing Director of North America, Shannon Rose Farrell, will once again be co-leading one of the break-out sessions, this time with Innovatum president, Ardi Batmanghelidj. The topic of the break-out session is “Sharing Insights and Perspectives on Labeling Challenges”. One of the focuses will be on the optimization of the in-country review process for labeling content.
In addition to the main conference, this year there will also be an Intensive Medical Device Label Translation Workshop taking place after the main conference, April 27. As the main sponsor of this workshop, Argos Multilingual has appointed Shannon Rose to be the chairperson throughout the workshop and she will also be actively involved in two of the workshop’s sessions. Our Director of Global Life Sciences, Sarah LaFave will also be participating in all of the sessions during the workshop and is open to answering any questions you may have.
In the morning, Shannon will be co-leading the workshop on “Step By Step Approach to Developing & Deploying a Streamlined Translation Project Management Strategy“, with Abbvie’s Manager for Strategic Labeling – Regulatory Affairs, Anoop Padival. In this workshop, participants will look at the human and financial resources needed to support translation operations, as we as look at ways in which to expedite the translation process for labels.
After the morning coffee and networking break, Shannon will also be leading the group discussion on “Identifying Needs for a Successful In-Country Review Process”. The group discussion will identify the who, what, when, where & why’s of the in-country review process.
If you are already attending the conference, we look forward to seeing you there! If you are interested in more details regarding attendance, feel free to reach out to us directly. Be sure to ask us about discounted attendance through Argos Multilingual!