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National Drugs Advisory Board annual report, 1990.
National Drugs Advisory Board (NDAB)
The National Drugs Advisory Board was established by the Minister for Health in 1966 by the National Drugs Advisory Board (Establishment) Order 1966 (5.1. No.163 of 1966) under the Health (Corporate Bodies) Act 1961. The functions of the Board are set out in Article 4 of this Order as amended by the National Drugs Advisory Board (Establishment) Order 1966 (Amendment) Order 1974 (5.1. No. 178 of 1974) and the National Drugs Advisory Board (Establishment) Order 1966 (Amendment) Order 1985 (5.1. No. 220 of 1985) and are as foliows:- (a) to organise and administer a service for obtaining and assessing information as regards the safety of new an'd reformulated drugs and in particular, their toxicity and other adverse effects. (b) to organise and administer a service for obtaining and assessing reports on the adverse effects of drugs in use in the State. (c) to advise the Minister and others concerned as to the precautions or restrictions, if any, subject to which drugs may be marketed or continued in use in the State. (d) if. requested by the Minister, to consider and report to him on the arrangements to be made for the quality control of drugs, for the registration and inspection of the premises of drug manufacturers, importers and wholesalers, and for sampling and testing of drugs, (e) if requested by the Minister, to advise on the licensing of the manufacture, importation, distribution and sale of drugs, on the standards of manufacturing practice
Keyword(s): HEALTH BOARD; DRUG; PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY
Publication Date:
1990
Type: Report
Peer-Reviewed: Unknown
Language(s): English
Institution: Lenus
Publisher(s): National Drugs Advisory Board (NDAB)
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