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Advisory Board on the Registration of Homeopathic Products – 4 members

The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulation Agency (MHRA) is seeking to make 4 appointments to the Advisory Board on the Registration of Homeopathic Products (ABRHP). The ABRHP advises on:

  • the safety and quality of homeopathic medicines for human use when a certificate of registration has been granted or applied for
  • the safety, quality and indications for use within the UK homeopathic tradition for homeopathic medicines for human use when a marketing authorisation has been granted or applied for, or in respect of which a licence of right has been granted

Members of ABRHP are required to possess or develop a working knowledge and understanding of the UK/European medicines regulatory procedures in relation to homeopathic medicines.

The successful candidates will have extensive and recent experience as a paediatrician, community pharmacist or pharmaceutical scientist and have experience of committee membership. The community pharmacist and one of the paediatricians must have an interest in homeopathy. You will be a skilled communicator who can assimilate complex scientific information as well as being prepared to contribute actively to the work of the ABRHP.

Remuneration will be £325 per day for approximately 6 meetings per year. The MHRA senior responsible officer determines the length of appointment, which may be for up to a maximum of 4 years.

If you require an alternative format please call Julia Peters on 0113 254 5350 quoting the reference EC17-17.

The closing date for applications is midday on 10 September 2018.

Information pack: ABRHP members

Monitoring forms

These forms apply to all boards and committees vacancies.

Guaranteed interview scheme form

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Monitoring form

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