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41% of establishments that hold a research licence either are a research tissue bank (RTB) or contain at least one RTB (70/171) (graph below). This is very similar to the previous 2017 data.
The graph below provides a breakdown of the types of establishments that hold HTA licences in the Research sector.
All establishments licensed in our Anatomy, Post-Mortem, Public Display and Research sectors are required to provide us with periodic updates of licensing information and to complete a compliance questionnaire.
We found that there is a range of ‘relevant material’ being stored and used across Anatomy establishments (Figure 6). A comparison with the data submitted in 2017 suggests that the use of softfix embalmed bodies has increased (Figure 7), although we did not specifically ask about the use of...
The data we received in 2019 shows that 23 Anatomy establishments loan or transfer specimens to other locations (graph below). This ensures that the widest group of individuals can benefit from the donated material.Specimens are loaned for varying reasons. This can include establishments that...
Most Anatomy establishments are licensed as a single facility that we call ‘main sites’. A small number of these mains sites have satellite sites (graph below).
All establishments licensed in our Anatomy, Post Mortem, Public Display and Research sectors are required to provide us with updates of licensing information and to complete a compliance questionnaire.
In line with the HTA’s commitment to increase transparency, we publish details about the volume and nature of incidents that are reported to us. This includes HTA Reportable Incidents (HTARIs) in the Post Mortem sector and Serious Adverse Events and Reactions in the Human Application and Organ...