Coordinating Scientific Resources

The role of national regulatory authorities in Europe has changed since the EMEA came into operation in 1995, after several years of cooperation among national authorities at a European level. The EMEA is a technical agency coordinating the scientific resources made available by the national authorities to provide high quality drug evaluations, to advise on development programs and to provide useful and clear information to the users. In addition to their country specific responsibility, national authorities now also investigate medicines for decisions at the EU level, in close collaboration with the drug regulatory authorities in other European countries [20].

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