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Out of 165 establishments, 43% (77) are classified as ‘Academic’, 37% (66) are ‘Commercial’, and 14% (25) are NHS-affiliated establishments. Four licensed establishments are charities and six consider themselves to be in the ‘Other’ category. The ‘other’ category includes government bodies and...
We were asked to provide information on the complaints against the Wellcome Sanger Institute regarding the handling and storage of human tissue. We were also asked to provide reports on the compliance of the establishment and our communications with them.
The HTA was asked to provide contact details of those involved in the decision making-process for the procurement of telecoms, IT hardware and services.
The Human Tissue Act (HT Act) makes consent the fundamental principle underpinning the lawful storage and use of human bodies, body parts and tissue from the living or the deceased, for the purposes specified in the HT Act. The consent provisions of the HT Act do not apply, however, if the...
Establishments should ensure the following:
For additional information, please see ‘Managing Infection Risks when Handling the Deceased’ issued by the HSE in July 2018 which provides further detail on infection risk
The person wishing to donate their body should be given all the information necessary to make an informed decision. Consent forms should cover consent for all possible uses of the body. Relatives should also be informed of the possible timeframe in which the body may be used before completion of...
Risks assessments should include the risks relating to premises, individuals coming into contact with fresh frozen material, practices and procedures connected with licensed activities including: