In the United Kingdom the National Competent Authority is the MHRA, The Medicines Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency, but who regulates the rest of Europe?
Answers can be found on the European Medicines Agency website where there is a full list of the National Competent Authorities.
Where possible we link you to the English version of the website, but not all sites appear to have English translation options.
Bulgaria; Bulgarian Drug Agency
Czech Republic; State Institute for Drug Control
Estonia; State Agency of Medicines
Finland; Finnish Medicines Agency
Germany; Paul Ehrlich Institute
Hungary; National Institute of Pharmacy
Iceland; Icelandic Medicines Agency
Ireland; Healthcare Products Regulatory Authority (New Name for the Irish Medicines Board)
Italy; Italian Medicines Agency
Latvia; State Agency of Medicines
Lichtenstein; Office of Health / Department of Pharmaceuticals
Lithuania; State Medicines Control Agency
Luxembourg; Ministry of Health
Malta; Medicines Authority
Netherlands; Medicines Evaluation Board
Netherlands; Healthcare Inspectorate
Norway; Norwegian Medicines Agency
Romania; National Medicines Agency
Slovakia; State Institute for Drug Control
Sweden; Medical Products Agency
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