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Medicines for Children is re-accredited with NHS England's ‘Information Standard’

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29 March 2018
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The internet is full of information, but how do you know whether it is accurate and reliable?

The Information Standard is a “quality mark” developed by NHS England to help people identify information they can trust. 

To become an accredited source of health information, Medicines for Children had to show that the way we develop our leaflets is robust and that the information they contain is accurate, based on evidence and well-written. All our leaflets are reviewed every 3 years to make sure they are up to date.

We are proud that our membership of the scheme has been renewed for another year.

Remember to look for the Information Standard quality mark if you are searching the Internet, so you know that you can trust the information.

You can find out more about the Information Standard here.