How to Develop a National Formulary Based on the WHO Model Formulary - A Practical Guide
(2004; 45 pages) View the PDF document
Table of Contents
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Open this folder and view contents1 INTRODUCTION
Open this folder and view contents2 OVERVIEW OF THE NATIONAL FORMULARY PROCESS
Close this folder3 DEVELOPING THE PRELIMINARY INFORMATION SECTION
View the documentDeveloping locally relevant introductory information
Open this folder and view contentsGeneral entries at the front of a national formulary
Close this folderAdditional information at the front of the national formulary
View the documentInstructions on how to use the formulary
View the documentGlossary
View the documentPolicies and procedures of the national formulary and national formulary committee
View the documentNational policies and regulations
View the documentList of changes
View the documentAdapting the “General advice to prescribers” section of the WHO model formulary
Open this folder and view contents4 DEVELOPMENT OF THERAPEUTIC INFORMATION AND MONOGRAPHS USING THE WHO MODEL FORMULARY
Open this folder and view contents5 ADDITIONAL SOURCES OF INFORMATION
Open this folder and view contents6 DEVELOPING SPECIFIC INFORMATION SECTIONS
Open this folder and view contents7 PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION AND IMPLEMENTATION
Open this folder and view contents8 EVALUATION
Open this folder and view contents9 REVIEW AND UPDATE
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Instructions on how to use the formulary

This section can give a very brief description of what to expect in the different parts of the book (e.g. monographs) and provide explanations on use of local symbols and codes for distribution and prescription categories; information on origin and interpretation of prices can also be included.

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