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The Transition Period ended on 31 December 2020. This has resulted in regulatory changes within the UK. These may differ for Great Britain and Northern Ireland as the Government ensures it meets its obligation of implementing the Northern Ireland Protocol.
The European Commission has launched the web-based EU Coding Platform. The platform is free to access and is designed to help build the Single European Code (SEC) to be allocated and applied to tissues and cells.The EU Coding Platform contains two compendia:
Analysis of the data we have collected has identified key themes and areas for improvement that the HTA will use to inform the sector through additional advice and guidance, some of which has been included in this document.
In the previous round of compliance updates, 14 establishments indicated they used fresh frozen material. In the 2017 update, this number increased to 19.
EEA: The European Economic Area (EEA) consists of the 28 Member States of the European Union in addition to Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein.
The Governance and Quality standards cover a number of key areas concerning the effective management of a licence and the activities covered by the licence. 206 shortfalls were identified in this category out of 59 inspections. These were predominantly under:
The majority of licensed establishments in the Anatomy sector reported that they have good quality management and governance systems in place. 36 establishments reported that they regularly undertake traceability audits.
The table below sets out the tissue types that are reflected in this year’s data collection, and additional guidance on the information we need from you from those tissue types.