Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA)

Get involved

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is the UK regulator for medicines and medical devices.

The Agency is in the process of reviewing how it engages and involves patients in its work and wants to adopt a more systematic approach to listening to and involving patients – ensuring that the patient voice is heard when safety issues, concerning medicines or medical devices, are identified and in the licensing of new medicines.

 

 

Project overview

The MHRA has opened a public consultation about its patient and public engagement. They are running a number of engagement events across the UK and would like to hear from patients, carers, patient groups and health sector charities. They will hold an event in at the Pavilion (MacElhinney Suite) in Stormont Estate on Tuesday 8 October, 2019 from 9.30am - 12.00noon. At the event, representatives from MHRA will provide some background information about the consultation and will be seeking views from attendees about the questions in the consultation questionnaire. To attend this event, please contact the email address provided below by Friday 30th August, 2019.

Commitment required

Respond to information, Attend event e.g. interview, information event, focus group and Formal consultation


Details

Please see the consultation page for more details: https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/how-should-we-engage-and-involve-patients-and-the-public-in-our-work The engagement is UK-wide and will run for 12 weeks - closing on Monday 7 October, 2019 at 11.45pm.

Region

Regional

Register your interest

For more information and/or to attend the consultation event in Stormont, please contact: philip.bell@health-ni-gov.uk by 30th August, 2019.