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Human Tissue (Authorisation) (Specified Type B Procedures) (Scotland) Regulations: analysis of consultation responses

Published: 11 Jan 2021
Directorate:
Population Health Directorate
Part of:
Health and social care
ISBN:
9781800045491

Analysis of responses to a consultation held on the proposed content of the Human Tissue (Authorisation) (Specified Type B Procedures) (Scotland) Regulations.

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Contents
Human Tissue (Authorisation) (Specified Type B Procedures) (Scotland) Regulations: analysis of consultation responses
Annex A: Consultation questions

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Annex A: Consultation questions

Question 1.

If there is any proposed medical procedure in the Type B procedure list that you think should not be included, please comment here, and provide reasons why you think they should be removed.

Question 2.

If there is any medical procedure not listed in the Type B procedures list, which you think should be included in this category, please comment here, and provide reasons why you think it should be included.

Question 3.

If you think that any amendments to the wording in the Type B procedures list are required, please comment here.

Question 4.

We would like to know your views on the proposed condition that a Type B procedure may only be carried out if there is no Type A procedure which can provide the necessary information.

Question 5.

We would like to know your views on the proposed condition that the agreement of two Registered Medical Practitioners, which will confirm the requirements for the Type B procedure to be carried out have been met, must be obtained and that the existence of such agreement must be recorded in writing.

Question 6.

It is proposed that these conditions should apply to all specified procedures. We would like to know your views on this approach. Please give the reasons which underpin your view.

Question 7.

It is proposed that all specified procedures are able to be carried out either with express authorisation by the individual or with nearest relative authorisation. We would like to know your views on this approach. Please give the reasons which underpin your view.


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