Making a difference: the clinical research programme for children

Smyth, Rosalind L.
October 2007
Archives of Disease in Childhood;Oct2007, Vol. 92 Issue 10, p835
Academic Journal
The article offers information about the Medicines for Children Research Network (MCRN), a research strategy initiated by the Great Britain Department of Health. This research strategy is coordinated by a consortium of university, National Health Services (NHS), and charitable organizations, which aims to support and promote research on medicines for children in NHS sites in the country. Moreover, MCRN also aimed to increase investment by the pharmaceutical industry in clinical research to insure that research will be conducted rigorously, efficiently, and according to good clinical practice that are relevant to the development of effective health programs for children.


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