FIP Statement Policy - Quality Use of Medicines for Children
(2008; 3 pages) [French] [Spanish]

Abstract

This policy statement focuses on improving children’s health by ensuring that medicines for use in children are of good quality, have been subjected to ethical scientific research and have been authorised by appropriate agencies. This policy complements the objectives articulated in the FIP policy "The Pharmacist's Responsibility and Role in Teaching Children and Adolescents About Medicines," adopted in Singapore in 2001, which is intended to improve communication and the availability of information on the use of medicines for children.

 
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