Nancy Ngum's research while affiliated with University of Hertfordshire and other places

Publications (10)

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Background: A 2021 study to determine the viewpoints among the seven member countries regarding the effectiveness (i.e., achieving the intended outcomes) and efficiency (i.e., achieving the intended outcomes in timely manner with the resources available) of the East African Community Medicine Regulatory Harmonisation (EAC-MRH) Joint Assessment Proc...
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Background: For almost a decade, the East African Community has implemented the Medicines Regulatory Harmonization (EAC-MRH) programme among its member states to harmonise technical requirements and standards for medical products regulation, jointly conduct scientific review of medical product dossiers to assess safety, efficacy and quality, inspec...
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Background Limited capacity to regulate medical products is associated with circulation of products which do not meet standards of quality, safety and efficacy with negative public health and economic outcomes. This study focused on assessing the effect of the East African Community (EAC) medicines regulatory harmonization initiative on the capacit...
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Background: Limited capacity to regulate medical products is associated with circulation of products which do not meet standards of quality, safety and efficacy with negative public health and economic outcomes. This study focused on assessing the effect of the East African Community (EAC) medicines regulatory harmonization initiative on the capaci...
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Background: Limited capacity to regulate medical products is associated with circulation of products which do not meet standards of quality, safety and efficacy with negative public health and economic outcomes. This study focused on assessing the effect of the East African Community (EAC) medicines regulatory harmonization initiative on the capaci...
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Background: Limited capacity to regulate medical products is associated with circulation of products which do not meet standards of quality, safety and efficacy with negative public health and economic outcomes. This study focused on assessing the effect of the East African Community (EAC) medicines regulatory harmonization initiative on the capaci...
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Background: Limited capacity to regulate medical products is associated with circulation of products which do not meet standards of quality, safety and efficacy with negative public health and economic outcomes. This study focused on assessing the effect of the East African Community (EAC) medicines regulatory harmonization initiative on the capaci...
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Background: Limited capacity to regulate medical products is associated with circulation of products which do not meet standards of quality, safety and efficacy with negative public health and economic outcomes. This study focused on assessing the effect of the East African Community (EAC) medicines regulatory harmonization initiative on the capaci...
Preprint
Full-text available
Background: Limited capacity to regulate medical products is associated with circulation of products which do not meet standards of quality, safety and efficacy with negative public health and economic outcomes. This study focused on assessing the effect of the East African Community (EAC) medicines regulatory harmonization initiative on the capaci...
Preprint
Full-text available
Background: Limited capacity to regulate medical products is associated with circulation of products which do not meet standards of quality, safety and efficacy with negative public health and economic outcomes. This study focused on assessing the effect of the East African Community (EAC) medicines regulatory harmonization initiative on the capaci...

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... A study was conducted in 2021 to determine the views of regulators from the seven NMRAs of the EAC-MRH initiative on the effectiveness and efficiency of the work-sharing initiative. One of the recommendations from this study was to conduct a similar study with the applicants, so that there could be a comparison of the benefits and challenges from the point of view of both key stakeholders (Ngum et al., 2022). The aim of this study was, therefore, to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of the current operating model of the EAC-MRH initiative from the applicants' perspective, including the challenges it faces as well as to identify opportunities for improvement. ...
... These findings were also reported by MTaPS which conducted a study in seven African countries and two Asian countries to evaluate the registration systems of medicines used in maternal, newborn and child healthcare [21]. One of the solutions to the lengthy registration process may be the strengthening of the existing harmonization of medicines regulation in the East African Countries [10,22] and the proposed African Medicines Agency (AMA) [9,23]. ...