Welcome to our Devices regulatory news section.
This section provides the latest information about the regulation of devices.
Latest devices regulatory news
The European Commission is looking for medical devices experts with at least six years of professional experience to work on policy, audits, inspections, and evaluation.
The MHRA is seeking views on its approach to implementing into UK law the Commission Regulations 722/2012 on animal tissues and Commission Regulation 207/2012 on e-labelling.
04 Apr 2013 | MHRA response to the public consultation on the revision of European legislation on medical devices
The MHRA has published its analysis of the evidence received from healthcare professionals, patients, industry, academics, and the interested public on the draft new European legislation on medical devices.
21 Mar 2013 | MHRA Easter opening times 2013
Opening times for the MHRA over the Easter period.
30 Jan 2013 | European Commission consultation on how to reform the internal market for industrial products
The European Commission has published a questionnaire to gather views on how to complete the European Union's internal market for manufactured non-food products.
09 Jan 2013 | Guidance on EU Commission Regulation 207/2012 on electronic labelling of medical devices
Guidance on EU Commission Regulation 207/2012 on electronic instruction for use of medical devices.
18 Dec 2012 | Government response to the Science and Technology Select Committee report on the regulation of medical implants
The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee published their report on the regulation of medical implants in the UK and EU following a six-month inquiry on 1 November 2012.
17 Dec 2012 | EU balance of competence review health report
The Department of Health has published a call for evidence on the EU balance of competence review health report. The health report will cover the overall application of EU competence in health.
20 Nov 2012 | MHRA issues guidance on self-test kits
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has issued a new fact sheet with guidance on the use of self-test kits.
The MHRA is seeking the views of healthcare professionals, patients, industry, academics, and the interested public on the draft new European legislation on medical devices.