This week is World Immunisation Week. The campaign, run by the World Health Organisation, aims to promote the core message that immunisation of every child is vital to prevent diseases and protect life.
This week the Medicines for Children Project Board is saying a fond farewell – and a big thank you – to long-standing member, Linda Partridge.
You may have heard about problems with supplies of EpiPen Junior® 150 mcg in the UK. EpiPen contains adrenaline (which is also known as epinephrine).
The Medicines for Children team is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for a 2018 Health Service Journal (HSJ) award!
When preparing to go on holiday, it is important to think about any medicines your children will need while they are away – particularly if you are travelling outside the UK.
The Medicines for Children team is delighted to announce that WellChild, our charity partner, has won funding from Comic Relief's
What do you like about the Medicines for Children website? And most importantly, what would you like us to improve?
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.
Some anti-epileptic drugs are known to have potentially harmful effects on an unborn baby – particularly the medicine sodium valproate.
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