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Use of the WHO Certification Scheme on the Quality of Pharmaceutical Products Moving in International Commerce - EDM Research Series No. 016
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Table des matières
Afficher le documentACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Afficher le documentPREFACE
Afficher le documentEXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Ouvrir ce répertoire et afficher son contenu1. INTRODUCTION
Afficher le document2. RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVE OF THE ASSESSMENT
Afficher le document3. ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN: Preparations and Method of Work
Ouvrir ce répertoire et afficher son contenu4. ANALYSIS OF RESULTS FROM IMPORTING COUNTRIES
Ouvrir ce répertoire et afficher son contenu5. ANALYSIS OF RESULTS FROM EXPORTING COUNTRIES
Afficher le document6. ANALYSIS OF RESULTS FROM INTERNATIONAL SUPPLY AGENCIES
Ouvrir ce répertoire et afficher son contenu7. SUMMARY ANALYSIS
Afficher le document8. CONCLUSIONS
Afficher le documentANNEX 1: Resolution adopted by the Twenty-second World Health Assembly
Afficher le documentANNEX 2 (a): Resolution Adopted by the Twenty-Eighth World Health Assembly
Afficher le documentANNEX 2 (b): Certificate of Pharmaceutical Product(S)1
Afficher le documentANNEX 3 (a): Resolution adopted by the Forty-first World Health Assembly
Afficher le documentANNEX 3 (b): Certificate of Pharmaceutical Product(s)1 (Proposed Layout)
Afficher le documentANNEX 4 (a): Proposed Guidelines on the WHO Certification Scheme on the Quality of Pharmaceutical Products Moving in International Commerce
Afficher le documentANNEX 4 (b): Certificate of a Pharmaceutical Product
Afficher le documentANNEX 4 (c): Statement of Licensing Status of Pharmaceutical Product(s) Model Statement of Licensing Status of Pharmaceutical Product(s)
Afficher le documentANNEX 4 (d): Manufacturer’s/Official Batch Certificate of a Pharmaceutical Product
Afficher le documentANNEX 5: Protocol for the Assessment of the Use of the WHO Certification Scheme by Importing Country
Afficher le documentANNEX 6: List of Participants in the Study
Afficher le documentANNEX 7: Protocol for the Assessment of the Use of the WHO Certification Scheme by Exporting Country
Afficher le documentANNEX 8: Protocol for the Assessment of the Use of the WHO Certification Scheme in an International Supply Organization
Afficher le documentANNEX 9: Study Instrument for Assessment of the WHO Certification Scheme by Importing Country
Ouvrir ce répertoire et afficher son contenuANNEX 10: Summaries of Mission Reports on the Assessment of the Use of the WHO Certification Scheme
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BACK COVER

Other documents in the DAP Research Series

N°. 1

Injection practices research

N°. 2

How to investigate drug use in communities (available also in French)

N°. 3

Operational research on the rational use of drugs

N°. 4

Development of indicators for monitoring national drug policies

N°. 5

People’s perception and use of drugs in Zimbabwe

N°. 6

Operational research in the Action Programme on Essential Drugs:
Report of an informal consultation

N°. 7

How to investigate drug use in health facilities:
Selected drug use indicators (available also in French and Spanish)

N°. 8

Stability of injectable oxytocics in tropical climates:
Results of field surveys and simulation studies on ergometrine, methylergometrine and oxytocin

N°. 9

Prescription des antibiotiques dans trois pays d’Afrique de I’Ouest Mauritanie, Niger et Sénégal

N°. 10

Self-medication and its impact on essential drugs schemes in Nepal

N°. 11

Injection practices: A case study in Thailand

N°. 12

Stability of oral oxytocics in tropical climates

N°. 13

Stability of essential drugs in tropical climates: Zimbabwe

N°. 14

Injection practices: A case study of Uganda

N°. 15

Community health workers and drugs: A case study of Thailand

DAP Research Series No. 16

In 1981 WHO’s Action Programme on Essential Drugs was established to provide operational support to countries in the development of national drug policies based on essential drugs and to work towards the rational use of drugs.

The Programme seeks to ensure that all people, wherever they may be, are able to obtain the drugs they need at a price that they and their country can afford; that these drugs are safe, effective and of good quality; and that they are prescribed and used rationally.

Research analysing the impediments to developing and managing sound national drug policies and programmes is an important element of country support activities. The Programme undertakes and promotes operational research aimed at filling some of the many gaps in existing knowledge about the best means of selecting, procuring and distributing drugs, and their use by prescribers and consumers.

This document is part of a series reporting on Action Programme research activities and guidelines.

Research that leads to breakthroughs in pharmaceutical technology or in highly sophisticated and expensive techniques of biomedical practice may superficially appear to be more “glamorous”. But the operational research that WHO’s Action Programme on Essential Drugs undertakes has a direct bearing on the ways in which vital medicines can be made available and accessible to the greatest number of people.

Action Programme on Essential Drugs, World Health Organization, 1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland

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