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Looking towards 2017...
19th December 2016
After an incredibly busy and rewarding 2016 for the business we are now turning our attention towards the New Year and 2017 looks set to be yet another interesting and exciting year for everyone connected to Talley.
Following on from the strong clinical focus for the business in the past two years and the increasingly important role that clinical evidence plays in the medical device industry, Talley have set up a dedicated Clinical Affairs department which is now responsible for meeting the clinical requirements for the company.
With a new department dedicated specifically to looking after all clinical aspects of the business we can look forward to increasing our presence at both national and international woundcare conferences so make sure you keep an eye out for us at TVS, EWMA, Wounds UK and the EPUAP conferences in 2017.
Before we focus our attention fully on 2017 we need to say a huge thank you to all of the clinicians who were involved in the projects that culminated in successful conference posters and presentations at last months Wounds UK. We had a fantastic conference and we are already looking to the spring conferences in 2017 where we have submitted three abstracts to EWMA and at least two to TVS... so watch this space for news of progress in the New Year.
The team at Talley would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a very merry Christmas and a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.
Operations Director Kevin Mearns said:
‘In order to comply with the new Medical Device Regulation and to conform to MEDDEV 2.7.1 (revision 4) there is a clear and growing need for every credible medical device manufacturer to support all of their product claims with reliable clinical data and in almost every instance this now needs to be device specific.’
‘Our new Clinical Affairs Department represents a significant investment for the business and we are delighted to make this investment, especially as the industry is being driven down an increasingly clinical route.’
‘Setting up the department comes at the perfect time because within the next 2 years it will be difficult to see how any genuinely serious medical device manufacturer can operate without a dedicated clinical department.’
‘In addition to all of the regulatory requirements that our new Clinical Affairs department will fulfil it also affords us the opportunity to actively participate in appropriate ISO standards groups and to place a greater emphasis on our clinical presence at major national and international wound care conferences so we are already looking forward to 2017 which is looking very promising on this front.’