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List of the most commonly encountered drugs currently controlled under the misuse of drugs legislation in the UK updated May This act is intended to prevent the non-medical use of certain drugs.

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DoH, through the Medicines Regulatory Group, has key responsibility under all medicines related legislation in Northern Ireland. The main areas of responsibility can be divided into three main areas as detailed below:.

Medicine supply and administration

They set out a comprehensive regime for the authorisation of products; for the manufacture, import, distribution, sale and supply of those products; for their labelling and advertising; and for pharmacovigilance. The regulations introduce a small of limited policy changes to ensure that the legislation is fit for purpose. There are regulations in 17 parts, followed by 35 schedules. All authorisations for medicinal products for human use and licences for manufacturers and wholesalers of such products across the UK are issued by the MHRA.

This includes inspection visits within Northern Ireland to ensure consistency of approach and provide assurance of a common standard. When assessing the effect of medicines legislation it is important that all amending Statutory Instruments and Rules relating to the Act, Orders, or principal Regulations are identified and taken into .

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Some legislation has been revised to a point, but much is still only available as the original version. Lists of amending regulations, where presented here under a piece of legislation, may not be complete.

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Please note that the Human Medicines Regulations repealed aspects of the Medicines Act as follows:. The first comprehensive licensing system for medicines in the UK was the Medicines Act of Following its introduction, much secondary legislation and many amendments were made.

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The government consolidated medicines legislation, including much of the Medicines Actinto one set of new regulations, the Human Medicines Regulationswhich came into operation on 14 August Veterinary medicines were removed from the scope of the Medicines Act in with the introduction of the Veterinary Medicines Regulations. The Act provided a system of licensing for manufacturing and dealing in medicines. Some exemptions were included for certain persons, mainly to facilitate good healthcare in relation to medicines.

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Medicines which are controlled under Misuse of Drugs legislation are also subject to medicines legislation and continue to fall into the of Prescription Only Medicines or Pharmacy medicines as appropriate. The Act described arrangements for pharmacy businesses, including the registration of pharmacy premises. The use of titles such as 'pharmacist' and descriptions such as 'pharmacy' were restricted to use in accordance with the provisions of the Act.

These provisions remain in force in Northern Ireland. These Regulations make provision about the duties of responsible pharmacists who are required, by virtue of section 72A of the Medicines Actto secure the safe and effective running of a pharmacy business at the premises from which it is carried on.

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The whole of the Order except articles 1 Medication laws uk to 55 and 10 and Schedules 1 and 2, was revoked and consolidated by the Human Medicine Regulations which came into force on 14 August Medication laws uk Order, as amended, specified the descriptions and classes of prescription only medicines i.

Many medicinal products were included in a class of such medicines by reason of their Marketing Authorisation, substances contained in them see Schedule 1 of the Order but others were included because of other criteria, such as their method of administration see Article 3. In many cases the provisions of the Medicines Act applied subject to exemptions See Articles 4 and 5 to 13 and Schedule 1. Provisions for Prescribers, Prescriptions, Exemptions for emergency sale or supply, and Patient Group Directions were included. The whole of the Regulations was revoked and consolidated by the Human Medicine Regulations which came into force on 14 August These Regulations, as amended, provided that, subject to the fulfilment of certain conditions in relation to the prescriptions which they gave, doctors and dentists in an EEA State other than the UK, or in Switzerland were appropriate practitioners within the meaning of section 58 2 a of the Medicines Act for medicinal products other than those which are controlled drugs in Schedules 1, 2 and 3 of the Misuse of Drugs Regulations Northern Ireland The effect of this was to enable the sale or supply of a medicinal product other than a controlled drug in S1 to 3 in accordance with a prescription given by such a doctor or dentist, provided the conditions in relation to the prescription were complied with.

The 'Exemptions for emergency sale or supply' as described in the Prescription Only Medicines Human Use Order also largely applied. This instrument lapsed on 14 August as a consequence of repeals made to the Medicines Actand was consolidated by the Human Medicines Regulations This Order specified classes of medicinal products which can with reasonable safety be sold or supplied otherwise than by or under the supervision of a pharmacist.

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Also classes of products were specified which with reasonable safety may be sold from automatic machines. Products remained subject to the provisions of the Medicines Act in respect of licensing, labelling, packaging and promotion. These Regulations implemented for the United Kingdom, European Council Directives concerned with the marketing of medicinal products. These Regulations provided that no medicinal product for human use which is subject to the relevant Community provisions could be placed on the market in the United Kingdom or be dealt with by way of wholesale dealing unless there was in force in respect of it a Medication laws uk authorization granted either by the European Commission or by the UK licensing authority.

Regulations provided for the manner of making applications for a United Kingdom marketing authorization, the procedure for the consideration of such an application, the revocation and suspension of a marketing authorization and the suspension of the use or marketing of medicinal products and the obligations of applicants for and holders of marketing authorizations.

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Offences were created in connection with those obligations. Schedule 1 made certain exceptions and exemptions from the requirement to hold a marketing authorization.

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Schedule 5 contained provisions about the labelling of medicinal products. These Regulations implemented parts of a European Council Directive 'the Advertising Directive' concerning the advertising of medicinal products for human use and parts of another Directive 'the Homoeopathics Directive' concerning homoeopathic medicinal products for human use. These Regulations consolidated, with amendments, some older provisions.

Legislation covering medicines

The provisions consolidated related to the following matters among others: the location of automatic machines for the sale of medicinal products, the keeping of records by persons lawfully conducting a retail pharmacy business; restrictions as to the classes of persons to whom there may be sold prescription only medicines and pharmacy medicines, and exemptions from those restrictions.

This Order consolidated, with amendments, provisions granting exemption from the restrictions imposed by sections 52 and 53 of the Medicines Act Section 52 provided that medicinal products not on a general sale list should be sold or supplied only on premises that are a registered pharmacy and by or under the supervision of a pharmacist.

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Section 53 provided that medicinal products on a general sale list could be sold elsewhere than at a registered pharmacy only if certain specified conditions are fulfilled. The Regulations implemented the requirements of the Directive insofar as they related to the manufacture, assembly, importation and wholesale distribution of medicinal products to which those Directives apply 'relevant medicinal products'and, as respects relevant medicinal products, replaced the Medicines Standard Provisions for Licences and Certificates Regulationsas amended, which implemented the requirements of the Directive as respects those matters.

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Legislation covering medicines Topics: Pharmacy. Legislation around medicine regulation. Part 1 general and Part 2 administration consolidate, with only minor and drafting amendments, the administration provisions in Part 1 of the Medicines Act 'the Act'including the definition of the licensing authority as the body responsible for regulating products.

Part 1 also provides for interpretation, and for special provisions concerning the applicability of the Regulations to a of activities by pharmacists and others the latter provisions consolidate, with only minor and drafting amendments, provisions in Part 2 of the Act, except for the repeal of section 10 7 of the Act, which concerns wholesale dealing by pharmacists.

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Please see a relevant feature on the MHRA website entitled 'Supply of medicines by pharmacy to healthcare professionals' Part 3 manufacturing and wholesale dealing governs the manufacture and importation of, and wholesale dealing in, products. It consolidates, with only minor and drafting amendments, the provisions of Part 2 of the Act, and statutory instruments made under powers in that Part, on these topics. In doing so, the Regulations continue to implement the relevant obligations of the United Kingdom in respect of Directives of the European Parliament and of the Council Part 4 requirement for authorisation establishes that products must not be sold, supplied, or offered for sale or supply in the United Kingdom unless authorised, either by the United Kingdom licensing authority under the Regulations, or by the European Medicines Agency Parts 5 to 8 marketing authorisations, certification of homoeopathic medicinal products, traditional herbal registrations and Article a authorisations provide for the procedures for authorisation by the United Kingdom licensing authority of medicinal products in various Part 5 marketing authorisations also provides for offences in the case of breach of the corresponding requirements in the procedures under certain European Regulations.

Regulationsas amended, 'the marketing authorisations regulations'the Medicines Homoeopathic Medicinal Products for Human Use Regulationsas amended, 'the homoeopathic regulations'except in respect of fees provisions that are not being revoked, and the Medicines Traditional Herbal Medicinal Products for Human Use Regulationsas amended, 'the traditional herbal regulations'. At the same time the Regulations repeal the parallel national scheme for the licensing of the sale and supply of products, found in Part 2 of the Act, but now almost entirely superseded by EU provision in this field Part 9 borderline products consolidates, with only minor and drafting amendments, provision in the marketing authorisations regulations for the licensing authority to determine whether products that are supplied without authorisation are medicinal products and thus subject to the Regulations Part 10 exceptions consolidates, with only minor and Medication laws uk amendments, provisions in the marketing authorisations regulations, the homoeopathic regulations and the traditional herbal regulations concerning exemptions from the requirement for authorisation Part 11 pharmacovigilance consolidates provisions in the marketing authorisations regulations and the traditional herbal regulations concerning the monitoring of the safety of medicines in clinical use.

Part 6 of the Act, which made parallel provision, is Medication laws uk, and the instruments made under it revoked Part 15 British Pharmacopoeia consolidates, with only minor and drafting amendments, Part 7 of the Act Parts 16 enforcement and Part 17 miscellaneous and general consolidate, with only minor and drafting amendments, Part 8 miscellaneous and supplementary provisions of the Act as it concerns the topics in the Regulations.

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Note on licences and authorisations All authorisations for medicinal products for human use and licences for manufacturers and wholesalers of such products across the UK are issued by the MHRA. Amending legislation Medicines Act c.

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The Act covers all of the United Kingdom and in many aspects ministers act tly. Regulation 9 imposed a requirement that wholesale dealers dealt only with specified persons.

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