The eEML is a comprehensive, freely accessible, online database containing information on essential medicines. The eEML combines detailed medicine information (e.g. pharmaceutical) data with comprehensive evaluation of benefits, arms and costs (e.g. effectiveness, safety, implications for health care systems) information. Most importantly the eEML provides the data related to the status of a medicine as an essential medicine.
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AWaRe portal is a free online resource intended to increase public awareness of issues of antimicrobial resistance and responsible antibiotic use. It also strives to disseminate WHO guidance on optimal antibiotic prescribing among the health professionals worldwide.
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This information about 137 national essential medicines lists is intended to facilitate the sharing decision-making capacity globally and also identify opportunities for improving essential medicines lists. A team of researchers based at St Michael's Hospital and the University of Toronto, in partnership with the WHO and researchers at the University of Oxford, searched the World Health Organization’s National Essential Medicines Lists Repository in June of 2017 and manually abstracted information about which medicines were included in each list.
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