The Council of Australian Therapeutic Advisory Groups (CATAG)
is an authoritative, expert, consensus-based collaboration of representatives from all Australian State and Territory Therapeutic Advisory Groups or their jurisdictional committee equivalents.
CATAG aims to standardise and improve medicines use primarily (but not exclusively) in the hospital sector across Australia through:
For more information about CATAG including our strategic goals, member profiles, history and funding visit the about section.
Overseeing biosimilar use update, June 2015 – June 2015 PDF
Managing Medicines Access Programs : Guiding Principles for the governance of Medicines Access Programs in Australian hospitals, May 2015
Overseeing biosimilar use : Guiding Principles for the governance of biological and biosimilar medicines in Australian hospitals, May 2015
Position Statement for the use of Complementary and Alternative Medicines, May 2015
Achieving Effective Medicines Governance: Guiding Principles for the roles and responsibilities of Drug and Therapeutics Committees in Australian public hospitals
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Appendix 6: Drug and Therapeutics Committees Checklist (version 1).
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