EFGCP Children's Medicines Working Party

Vision & Mission

 

Facilitates the discussion in Europe towards a broader public agreement on the needs for better medicines for children 

Focuses on the development of an ethical and scientific framework for clinical research for children 

EFGCP uses its traditional strength in consensus building in forming a coalition of core representatives from paediatricians & academia, regulatory authorities, patients' & parents' organisations, ethical committees and the research-friendly media on a European level 

 

Objectives of the Children Medicines Working Party

 

Development of safe and effective medicines for children 

Identify issues and best practices  

Develop harmonized solutions related to the practices of paediatric research and clinical trial designs in a global context

 

Establish and maintain effective cooperation with European and International organisations 

E.g., policy makers, patient organisations, regulators, academic societies and professional organisations

 

Develop and publish recommendations 

Contribute to ethically and scientifically sound development processes, research practices and increase access of children to effective and safe medicines

 

Our Stakeholders

 

Patient and Parent Organisations 

Academic and Clinical Researchers 

Research Networks 

Ethics Committees 

Scientists working in Medicines Development in the Research based Industry 

Public Health and Policy Makers 

Regulators

 

Documents & Latest publications

Minutes of 1st Annual Conference of the EFGCP Children's Medicines Working Party on How Will EU Pediatric Legislation Stimulate Paediatric Research? - Narrowing the Gap between the Perspectives of Public Health, Paediatric Research and Pharmaceutical Products' 20 October 2005, Résidence Palace, Brussels, Belgium

 

Report of the 1st Annual Conference of the EFGCP Children's Medicines Working Party on 'How Will EU Pediatric Legislation Stimulate Paediatric Research? - Narrowing the Gap between the Perspectives of Public Health, Paediatric Research and Pharmaceutical Products' 20 October 2005, Résidence Palace, Brussels, Belgium

 

Minutes of the 2nd EFGCP Children's Medicines Working Party Annual Conference on ‘How can the EU Paediatric Regulation meet Expectations from the Beginning', 5 October 2006, Management Centre Europe, Brussels, Belgium

 

Report of the 3rd EFGCP Children's Medicines Working Party Annual Conference on ‘EU Paediatric Regulation: First European Experiences & Strategic Outlook’, 8-9 October 2007, Management Centre Europe, Brussels, Belgium

 

 

Contact

Dr. Dehlinger-Kremer & Dimitrios Athanasiou
EFGCP Secretariat
Square de Meeûs
Rue de l'Industrie 4
B-1000 Brussels
Belgium
Tel +32 2 732 87 83


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