Priority Essential Medicines for Child Survival. WHO and UNICEF Preliminary Consultation, Copenhagen, Denmark, 6-7 September 2010
(2010; 30 pages)


A two day meeting on priority essential medicines for children, hosted by UNICEF Supply Division in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO), brought together experts in paediatric medicines from academia, the pharmaceutical industry (both innovator and generic), regulators, programme managers and implementers. The purpose of the meeting was to reach a consensus on what are priority essential medicines for children, and to identify the steps required to ensure that these medicines are available and affordable.

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