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How to Develop and Implement a National Drug Policy (Second Edition)
(2001; 96 pages) [French] [Spanish] View the PDF document
Table of Contents
View the documentContributors
View the documentAbbreviations and acronyms
View the documentPreface
Open this folder and view contentsPart I: How to develop and implement a national drug policy
Open this folder and view contentsPart II: Key components of a national drug policy
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View the documentSelected WHO publications and documents of related interest
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Selected WHO publications and documents of related interest

The use of essential drugs. Ninth report
of the WHO Expert Committee (including the
Revised Model List of Essential Drugs).
Technical report series No. 895.
2000 (61 pages)

Indicators for monitoring national drug
policies. A practical manual. Second edition
2000 (216 pages)

Guide to good prescribing. A practical manual
1995 (108 pages)

Guide to drug financing mechanisms
1998 (55 pages)

WHO model prescribing information:
drugs used in bacterial infections
2001 (126 pages)

The new emergency health kit 1998. Lists of
drugs and medical supplies for 10,000 people foro
approximately three months. Second edition
1998 (73 pages)

Guidelines for the safe disposal of
unwanted pharmaceuticals in and after
emergencies. Interagency guidelines
1999 (31 pages)

WHO monographs on selected
medicinal plants. Volume 1
1999 (289 pages)

Quality assurance of pharmaceuticals.
A compendium of guidelines and related
materials. Volume 2. Good manufacturing
practices and inspection
1999 (198 pages)

Further information on these and other WHO publications and priced documents can be obtained from
Marketing and Dissemination, World Health Organization, 1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland.
Tel: +41 22 791 24 76, fax: +41 22 791 48 57, e-mail for orders: bookorders@who.int

 

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