Resources for health professionals

Medicines for Children relies on the goodwill of doctors, pharmacists, nurses and other prescribing professionals experienced in looking after children and young people

There are many opportunities for health care professionals to get involved in the work of Medicines for Children. More information about the different ways to get involved is detailed below, as well as useful resources for health care professionals to use.

In addition, health care professionals are encouraged to share their suggestions for new medicines leaflets, or ideas for how we can improve our website or promote Medicines for Children to families. Please get in touch with us at to share your thoughts.

Ways to get involved and useful resources for medics

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    The development of new medicines information

    The most important role that health care professionals can play in supporting the Medicines for Children programme of works, is in the development of the medicines information leaflets....

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    QR code posters

    We have developed a series of posters displaying QR codes for quick access to our medicines information. These posters are available to download and print out for parents...

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    Promoting our resources to families

    Health care professionals are invited to help promote the Medicines for Children website and its resources to parents/carers by downloading and sharing our flyers or putting up posters...

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    The Medicines for Children project board

    Medicines for Children is run by a group of representatives from the RCPCH, the NPPG and WellChild, as well as other medical professionals who work in areas of...

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Click the link below to read our privacy statement. It covers how we use and store your data when you volunteer to review or develop information for Medicine for Children.

Link: Medicines for Children Privacy Notice for Authors and Reviewers 2021