WHO guideline on ensuring balanced national policies for access and safe use of controlled medicines
In June 2019, WHO introduced the revision of two ache administration tips. A full internet assertion on this revision will be discovered here.
This web page is devoted to the revision of the doc “Guaranteeing steadiness in nationwide insurance policies on managed substances: Steerage for availability and accessibility of managed medicines (2011).” This guideline is being revised in accordance to the strategies and procedures outlined in WHO Handbook for Guideline Growth.
Additional info and common updates on the rule will be discovered on this web page.
WHO guideline on guaranteeing balanced nationwide insurance policies for entry and protected use of managed medicines (Coverage guideline)
Scope: The proposed scope for this guideline has been developed and is obtainable here.
Public listening to: A public listening to concerning the scope of the rule passed off on 19 February 2020. The written statements submitted on the rule have been consolidated and will be discovered here.
Synthesis of proof: WHO Procurement issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) from specialist technical specialists. A scientific overview group has been chosen.
GDG members: The listing of Guideline Growth Group members has been confirmed and is obtainable here. Public feedback on the proposed listing have been accepted till ninth February 2020. The primary GDG assembly was held in June 2020 to finalise the scope of the rule. A second GDG assembly passed off on 15th December 2020 to prioritise outcomes. Additional GDG conferences are deliberate for 2021 to overview the outcomes of the systematic overview and proof synthesis.
Exterior overview group: The composition of an exterior overview group (ERG) for the revision of this guideline has been constituted.
The rule of thumb is anticipated to be printed in 2021.
Interim steerage: While this doc is being up to date, international locations in want of steerage on ache administration can:
Queries particularly regarding the Guaranteeing Stability revision could also be emailed to the Secretariat: [email protected]