Public consultations enable the HPRA to identify the needs and expectations of stakeholders so that we may incorporate their views into the way our services are planned and delivered.
HPRA invites comments on draft framework for multi-stakeholder approach to handling medicines shortages Start of consultation: 12 June 2018
Closing date for consultation: 26 June 2018
The HPRA is inviting comments on a draft framework for a multi-stakeholder approach to handling shortages of human medicinal products.
This consultation is being made available on the HPRA website and replies are welcome from all stakeholders. View Shortages Framework Document
Please send any comments or questions on this proposal by e-mail to email@example.com
or by post to:
Medicinal Products Shortages
Health Products Regulatory Authority
Kevin O’Malley House
A response document will be published providing a general overview of the comments received and the changes made to the proposals as a result.
This consultation complies with government policy on public consultation, as described in the document Reaching out: Guidelines on Consultation for Public Sector Bodies
Outcome of Process: Public consultation on proposed medical devices fees 2018 Closed on 25 May 2018
The public consultation on medical devices fees for 2018 was closed on 25 May 2018. The HPRA would like to thank everybody who contributed to the process.
Below is a document summarising the outcome of the consultation process. Outcome of the Process - Public Consultation on proposed Medical Device fees for 2018
Outcome of process: Public consultation on annual review and proposal for fees for financial year 2018
Closed on 31 October 2017
The HPRA sought comments on the Annual Review and Proposal for Fees 2018.
Please see Outcome of the Process - Public Consultation on proposed Human and Veterinary Medicines and Compliance Fees for 2018
The consultation complies with government policy on public consultation, as described in the document 'Reaching out: Guidelines on Consultation for Public Sector Bodies'.