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The Human Tissue Act 2004 (HT Act) does not define public display, but the HTA considers public display to be an exhibition or display in which the body of a person, or relevant material which has come from the body of a person, is used for the purpose of being exposed to view by the public.
The HTA has issued a code of practice on Public display which provides guidance to professionals.
Please refer to our licence applications, step-by-step guide.
The HTA evaluates all licence applications on a case-by-case basis before it decides whether or not to offer a licence.
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The HTA licensing framework includes a satellite licensing system. Satellite establishments are smaller premises that are under the same governance arrangements as a larger establishment (the hub) and are supervised by the same Designated Individual (DI).
The HTA's Business Plans and Strategies are available to view as PDFs and web pages. Each Business Plan sets out our priorities and objectives for the business year, and each Strategy provides a longer term view of organisation priorities and activities, centred around our core themes of...
Last summer, the Health Research Authority (HRA) and the Human Tissue Authority (HTA) - in partnership with the Department for Business, Enterprise, Innovation and Skills’ (BEIS) Sciencewise programme and Ipsos MORI - published the report ‘
We were asked to provide original documentation submitted as part of King's Health Partners Cancer Biobank's application for an HTA licence.