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IAs act as a representative of the HTA to ensure the requirements of the Human Tissue Act 2004 (The HT Act) and associated Regulations are met in all cases of living organ donation.
While the Executive implements this Strategy by way of business plans, there are a number of mechanisms in place by which the Authority steers, scrutinises and reviews performance.
The Authority – the HTA’s non-executive board – is made-up of a Chair and eleven Members:
All donors who lack competence or capacity to consent for themselves, along with the recipient and the person consenting on the donor’s behalf are required to see an Accredited Assessor (AA) is trained and accredited by the HTA. The clinician responsible for the donor must make a written...
15. A total of 517 items of advice were given during 87 inspections, which emphasises the importance we place on our role in providing advice. The most number of advice items were against our governance and quality systems standards, particularly standards GQ1 (81 items of advice were given),...
28. Forty-one items of advice were provided against standard C1.
34. Eleven items of advice were provided against standard C2.
35. If required, information sheets should be available in different languages and formats. It was sometimes found that the written information provided to donors required improvement as it lacked the detail to enable donors...
41. Seventeen items of advice were given against standard C3.
54. Eighty one items of advice were given in relation to standard GQ1. This standard received the highest number of advice items compared to the other standards.