Changes to the procedure for requesting time slots with Sweden acting as reference member state in the decentralised procedure
Monday, March 12, 2012
The Swedish Medical Products Agency participates actively in the decentralised procedure as reference member state (RMS) and has since the start received a high number of requests for time slots.
As from 1 February 2009 a new procedure for requesting time slots was introduced, in order to better schedule expected applications and optimising the use of our resources.
This procedure is continuously reviewed and revised in accordance with the number of requests received. As of 1 March 2012 some new changes to the procedure of requesting time slots are introduced.
These changes mean that a request for the MPA to act as RMS in a DCP can be submitted at any time and is no longer limited to certain time periods.
For more detailed information, see link under the heading Related information.