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We were asked to provide the email address of the HTA's Chair, Nicola Blackwood.
The HTA was asked to provide information on the provenance and granted licenses for imported bodies into the UK since 2006.
The HTA was asked to provide information on the number of staff that had received disciplinary action from 2015 to date.
The HTA was asked to provide further information in the form of data and facts, to explain why deceased patients should be stored at specific temperatures in a mortuary.
The HTA was asked to provide information regarding its mobile and fixed-line telephony.
The HTA was asked to provide all relevant information to explain why patients that stay over a 30 day period within a mortuary has to be frozen at specific temperatures.
The HTA was asked to share their correspondence with DKMS on the matter of licensable activities.
The HTA was asked to provide the relevant contact information for the person(s) specialising in information security, information technology, data protection and information governance.
The HTA was asked whether there is an accessible document which has all of the HTA-related Regulations and Standards.
The HTA was asked to provide information on licenses that have been issued or refused for both public and private organisations that have imported plastinated bodies, specimens or tissue samples from China, or where the original country of its origin is China.