Welcome to the third post in a series on ‘improving medicines for children’. The series hopes to capture and report children and young people’s opinions about the medicines they take, their ‘wish’ list for future formulations and the importance of developing tools to assess if a medicine or medical device is acceptable to children and … More Improving medicines for children (part 3) Developing age-appropriate tools to measure the acceptability of paediatric medicines
This is the second post in a series on ‘improving medicines for children‘. Part 1 highlighted the importance of asking children and young people’s opinions about the medicines they take, and what medicines they would like researchers to develop in the future. By asking their opinion and ‘listening’ to what young people have to say will … More Improving medicines for children (part 2) – What is important to children and young people?
As a parent or carer of a child have you ever considered the following: How children’s medicines are made? How are they tested and whether they are tested in children? Does mixing/crushing medicines into foods/drinks change the products efficacy and whether it can be harmful to your child? My point is do you ever think … More Improving medicines for children
Welcome to my first ever blog, I am writing this as facilitator of GenerationR Liverpool Young Person’s Advisory Group and co-founder of the European Young Person’s Advisory Group Network (eYPAGnet). This blog may be of interest to those working with young people and families in the field of paediatric health research. 3rd ANNUAL ICAN SUMMIT Most … More What a month for Child Health Research – 3rd iCAN Research and Advocacy Summit 2017