Managing Medicine Shortages Toolkit

Nenad Miljković, Brian Godman, Tomasz Bochenek , Isabelle Huys

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Medical practitioners must act quickly and responsibly when faced with the shortage of an emergency care drug in order to prevent any adverse consequences and continue to provide safe, optimal care to patients. However, delivering reliably safe care must be carried out actively. Guidelines therefore must be put into place in order to meet the challenges when combating a shortage as to be able to account for providing care under difficult situations. Furthermore, these guidelines must take into account any regulations stipulating policies in clinical practice. This toolkit seeks to provide a variety of good practices in risk assessment including prospective methods, which serves as informal requirements to be implemented in healthcare settings. The recommendations of, when applied in practice, must also be done in a process-driven manner.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBrussels
Number of pages18
Publication statusPublished - 25 Mar 2021


  • medicine shortages
  • risk assessment
  • emergency care
  • clinical practice


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