Improving medicines for children

Continuing the theme of ‘improving medicines for children’ we are working with the European Paediatric Translational Research Infrastructure (EPTRI), who are asking children (under the age of 18 years) around the world to complete a short questionnaire about how much they like the medicines they take, and how would they like their medicines to be.

EPTRI is a European project aimed at building a Paediatric Research Infrastructure to make better medicines for children.

What will happen to the results of the survey?

Responses will be collated and analysed by young people from the GenerationR Liverpool Young Person’s Advisory Group supported by researchers from University College London (UCL) School of Pharmacy 

A young person friendly summary of the results will be produced and used to improve medicines for children based on their preferences and needs.

Further information

For further information about the ‘improving medicines for children’ series read previously published blogs  part 1, part 2 and part 3.


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