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As a vet or pharmacist, you must follow legal requirements when working with controlled drugs in veterinary medicine.
You must get permission to export certain drugs and medicines.
Guidance for prescribing vets on the use of the cascade.
Guidance on prescribing or supplying veterinary medicines including requirements for registration and inspection of premises.
Service for Marketing Authorisation Holders and their associated businesses, to license veterinary medicines in the UK and report any problems with their use.
This is the Hub for all the Veterinary Medicines Directorate's communications on current and future regulatory changes.
Guidance for the pharmaceutical industry on Marketing Authorisations for veterinary medicines.
Explainer for the pharmaceutical industry on the ongoing implementation of the Veterinary Medicines Regulation relating to applications and authorisations for veterinary medicines.
Records that must be kept when supplying or administering veterinary medicines in the UK.
Sets out legal text on the manufacture, authorisation, marketing, distribution and post-authorisation surveillance of veterinary medicines.
Apply for an import certificate to import a medicinal product into the UK for veterinary use.
Reported problems with the supply of an animal medicine and the date when the issue is expected to be resolved.
How to legally run a business that deals with the wholesale of animal medicines (veterinary medicinal products) and the WDA Register.
Guidance for the pharmaceutical industry on how to apply for an authorisation to place a veterinary medicine on the UK market or part of, or to expire one.
Controlled drugs and the Misuse of Drugs Regulations as they relate to veterinary medicines.
Explainer for marketing authorisation holders, manufacturers, wholesale dealers, retailers (including veterinary surgeons) and feed business operators on the manufacture and movement of veterinary medicines.
News and guidance on veterinary medicines issues affected by coronavirus (COVID-19).
Definitive fees charged for applications under Schedule 7 of the Veterinary Medicines Regulations 2013.
Guidance for the pharmaceutical industry on who can be a Marketing Authorisation Holder, named distributor or local representative and how to make changes to these.
Fees are charged for specific activities carried out by the Veterinary Medicines Directorate.
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