etusivun uusi hero englanti
Etusivun kortti 1
Multi-factor authentication for logging in to CTIS
01. June 2023
E-service for reporting shortages becomes active
30. May 2023
Kansalaisille kortti 1
Article 75 of the Convention implementing the Schengen Agreement lays down provisions on a certificate which private persons wishing to travel within the Schengen Area and carry pharmaceutical preparations containing narcotic drugs and/or psychotropic substances can use to prove that these preparations are necessary for their medical treatment.
Kansalaisille kortti 2
Why is the food supplement I ordered considered to be a medicine?
The classification of products as medicines varies in different countries. A product can be sold as a food supplement in some countries and as medicine in others. In Finland, the Finnish Medicines Agency Fimea decides whether a substance or a product is a medicine or not based on the Medicines Act.
Kansalaisille kortti 3
Ammattilaisille kortti 3
Ammattilaisille kortti 5
Ammattilaisille kortti 6
The European Pharmacopoeia is published by the European Directorate for the Quality of Medicines & HealthCare (EDQM) of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg. The publication contains standardised specifications defining the quality of pharmaceutical preparations, their constituents and containers.
Julkaisut ja ohjeet
Publications and decrees
- Finnish statistics on medicines 2021 Finnish statistics on medicines 2021
- Medicines Barometer population survey - Survey implementation and content Medicines Barometer population survey - Survey implementation and content
- Labelling and package leaflets for medicinal products Labelling and package leaflets for medicinal products