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Composite tissue is a construct that contains multiple structures that may include skin, bone, muscles, blood vessels, nerves and connective tissue, that is recovered from a donor as an anatomical or structural unit, without altering its relevant characteristics.
An organ is a differentiated part of the human body, formed by different tissues, that maintains its structure, vascularisation, and capacity to develop physiological functions with a significant level of autonomy.
The Miscarriage Association have developed a suite of learning resources for professionals, informed by women and their partners who have experienced miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy or molar pregnancy, and by health professionals who care for patients with pregnancy loss.
Directive 2004/23/EC and the Human Tissue (Quality and Safety for Human Application) Regulations 2007 (the Quality and Safety Regulations) make provision for an exemption to the requirement for a licence, when procurement of tissue and cells takes place during the same surgical procedure in...
Pregnancy remains may be packaged individually in separate containers or collectively for disposal.
Schedule 1 of the Human Tissue Act 2004 (the Act) sets out ‘performance assessment’ as a ‘scheduled purpose’.
An HTA licence is required if the human cellular material (‘relevant material’) to be stored for performance assessment has been removed from the deceased.
Referral letters written by the medical practitioner with responsibility for the donor (or the appropriate nurse specialist) must be sent to the Accredited Assessor in advance of the statutory interview.
The changes will be reflected in an updated portal form which will come into effect on 29 June 2015.
Yes. You will be sent details of an online refresher package on Monday 1 June 2015 that will need to be completed by all Accredited Assessors by Monday 22 June 2015 in order to maintain accreditation.
Extensive legal advice has enabled the HTA to provide up to date guidance on the role and responsibilities of the AA.
Key issues to be aware of: