Tag Archives: MHRA

Insufficient clinical involvement in health app development

A new paper accepted for publication in the British Journal of Dermatology calls for greater clinical involvement in the production of health apps. The authors of the paper, titled “Medical Professional Involvement in Smartphone Apps in Dermatology“, analyse the descriptions … Continue reading

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App regulation one week on: MHRA, MDD and NHS in the spotlight

So it’s been a week since we published our document Regulation of health apps: a practical guide alongside the news that the Mersey Burns app has been released – the first app manufactured and CE marked as a Class I … Continue reading

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How safe is that app? Mersey Burns is the first app to be registered as a Class I medical device by the MHRA

EMBARGOED UNTIL 8AM GMT ON 10 JANUARY 2012 UK charity draws attention to the regulation of health apps and publishes guidance document to help health professionals, organisations, patients and industry 10 January 2012, London – A new app, Mersey Burns, … Continue reading

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