Stufenplanbeauftragter

English translation: Graduated Plan Officer

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German term or phrase:Stufenplanbeauftragter
English translation:Graduated Plan Officer
Entered by: Rowan Morrell

03:22 Jan 11, 2003
German to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Pharmaceuticals / SOP
German term or phrase: Stufenplanbeauftragter
"CM (Complaints Management) informiert bei Berichten zu Verdachtsfällen von Nebenwirkungen zu Arzneimitteln, insbesondere in den in Artikel 1 Ziffer 2 b (schwerwiegende Nebenwirkungen) und 2c (unerwartete Nebenwirkungen) der Pharmakovigilanz-Richtlinie 2000/38/EG festgelegten Fällen sofort den Stufenplanbeauftragten, bei Berichten zu Medizinprodukten in den im Medizinproduktegesetz festgelegten Fällen ('Vorkommnisse') den Sicherheitsbeauftragten für Medizinprodukte."

This is from a medical company's SOP (standard operating procedure) about how to handle reports about incidents and drugs not working properly.

I can't find an equivalent for "Stufenplanbeauftragter" anywhere. My best guesses, "stage planning officer" or "stage planning representative", get absolutely zero search engine hits. But the word "Stufenplanbeauftragter" gets over 100 hits.

There must be an English equivalent for this word. (I was really surprised that Eurodicautom didn't have it.) Does anyone know what it is? I need an official EU translation if at all possible. TIA for your help.
Rowan Morrell
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Local time: 20:31
graduated plan officer
Explanation:
according to a pharm. company glossary
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Jonathan MacKerron
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Thanks very much for that Jonathan. It's rather hard luck on Chris, who more or less suggested the same thing, but Jonathan's wording was rather neater, and he did cite a glossary reference. So well done Jonathan, commiserations Chris, but thank you both very much for your help.
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4graduated plan officer
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3commissioner for the graduated plan
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commissioner for the graduated plan


Explanation:
says the /Swiss) reference. I would maybe prefer "representative ... "but maybe I´ve translated "Qualitätsbeauftragter" as "quality representative" too often. That is ISO standard, though.

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Note added at 2003-01-11 04:08:50 (GMT)
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Or \"“Stufenplanbeauftragter”
(“Officer for the Graduated Plan” according to
the German Drug Law)\" from http://www.vicron.net/Pharmacovigilance/pharmacovigilance.ht...


    Reference: http://www.hpc.ch/comp_hpc.cfm?n=10
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graduated plan officer


Explanation:
according to a pharm. company glossary

Jonathan MacKerron
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Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 180
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Thanks very much for that Jonathan. It's rather hard luck on Chris, who more or less suggested the same thing, but Jonathan's wording was rather neater, and he did cite a glossary reference. So well done Jonathan, commiserations Chris, but thank you both very much for your help.
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