WHO Forges Ahead With New Framework To List Regulatory Authorities
Draft Policy Document Is Being Revised Based On Stakeholder Response
The World Health Organization is to consult on a policy document explaining how it intends to evaluate and list regulatory authorities that meet certain criteria. The new concept of “WHO-listed authority” will replace the current “stringent regulatory authority.”
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The World Health Organization is seeking comments on a policy document explaining how it plans to evaluate and list regulatory authorities that meet international standards.
The WHO is planning to introduce a new version of its tool for evaluating the “maturity level” of national drug regulatory agencies across the world as part of a drive to strengthen regulatory systems and make them more effective and transparent. It is also introducing the concept of "WHO-listed authority".