Better medicines for children in India : Report on informal consultation, WHO-SEARO, New Delhi, India, 2-3 February 2010
AbstractThe "Make Medicines Child Size" initiative of the World Health Organization is a global campaign launched in December 2007 to raise awareness about and accelerate action towards addressing the need for improved availability of and access to safe, child-specific medicines for all children. This informal consultation on "Better Medicines for Children in India" was held to explore the feasibility of implementing the 'Better Medicines for Children" project in a few states of India. It updated participants about the objectives of the project, the achievements so far and ongoing activities. It also gave the participants an opportunity to identify the objectives for this project in India and discuss a road map for its implementation. This report titled Informal Consultation on Better Medicines for Children in India, 2-3 February 2010, outlines the discussions held at the consultation and the recommendations that emerged from it. Regional Office.
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia. (2010). Better medicines for children in India : Report on informal consultation, WHO-SEARO, New Delhi, India, 2-3 February 2010. WHO Regional Office for South-East Asia. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/204830
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