University student educational materials
View this presentation for information on:
- the different categories of medicines
- registered (higher risk) medicines and how they are regulated
- listed (lower risk) medicines and how they are regulated
- accessing unauthorised medicines
- medicines advertising
- changing medicine technologies
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- The regulation of medicines in Australia (Microsoft PowerPoint,24.0Mb)*
- The regulation of medicines in Australia (pdf,1.41Mb)*
* These educational materials are provided by the TGA (a part of the Department of Health) solely for the purpose of providing general education on the TGA regulatory scheme. The materials should not be taken to be a detailed description of the scheme, or advice on the application of the therapeutic goods legislation in particular cases. Nor should they be taken to be statements of policy.
People requiring information or advice on the application of the therapeutic goods legislation in particular cases should make their own enquiries.
Whilst due care has been taken in their preparation, the Department of Health cannot guarantee, and assumes no legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, currency or completeness of the information contained in these materials.
These materials are based on the scheme as it is in December 2013.