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In preparing this strategy, the HTA has undertaken a fundamental evaluation of the extent to which our current strategic approach protects public and professional confidence in the proper use, and quality and safety of, human tissues, cells and organs.
The HTA is an executive Non-Departmental Public Body sponsored by the Department of Health and Social Care, established by the Human Tissue Act 2004.
Our overall goal is to maintain public confidence by ensuring that the removal, storage and use of human tissue and organs are undertaken...
This document sets out the strategy for the Human Tissue Authority (HTA). It describes our strategic approach and direction, key challenges and opportunities, our strategic objectives and how we will deploy our resources on the priority areas identified over the next three...
The HTA’s high-level aims, objectives and key milestones and deliverables for 2018/19 are set out in this section. This information is supported by our key performance indicators (KPIs) and performance indicators (PIs), which set out how we will measure whether we are achieving those aims.
During 2017, the HTA undertook a fundamental review of its strategy. This exercise gave us considerable reassurance that the public and professionals think we are on the right track with our regulatory approach.