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The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is part of the Australian Government Department of Health, and is responsible for regulating therapeutic goods including medicines, medical devices, blood and blood products
ASPET is a 5,000 member scientific society whose members conduct basic and clinical pharmacological research and work for academia, government, large pharmaceutical companies, small biotech companies, and non-profit organizations.
The Medicines and Poisons Act 2019 (MPA) and Therapeutic Goods Act 2019 (TG Act (Qld)) and the supporting regulations come into effect from 27 September 2021. The Acts and regulations, as well as departmental standards and extended practice authorities supporting the legislation are available for download.
The Poisons Standard is a Legislative Instrument for the purposes of the Legislative Instruments Act 2003. The Poisons Standard consists of decisions regarding the classification of medicines and poisons into Schedules for inclusion in the relevant legislation of the States and Territories.
The Poisons Standard also includes model provisions about containers and labels, a list of products recommended to be exempt from these provisions, and recommendations about other controls on drugs and poisons. The Poisons Standard October 2021 (SUSMP No. 34) is the current edition. This supersedes the Poisons Standard June 2021 (SUSMP No. 33). The Poisons Standard October 2021 incorporates numerous changes to the Poisons Standard June 2021.
An expert-driven guide to pharmacological targets and the substances that act on them. Created by The British Pharmacological Society (BPS) and the International Union of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology (IUPHAR).
Australian Government Department of Health - contains information on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme including details of the medicines subsidised by the Australian Government as well as information for consumers, carers, health professionals and the pharmaceutical industry