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Paediatric Diseases Working Party (PDWP)

The PDWP aims to support research and education to improve the availability, safety, and efficacy of HSCT and other cellular therapeutics for children and adolescents; to engage and promote active co-operation with all EBMT working parties treating children and adolescents in an effort to meet the total needs of the full spectrum of paediatric HSCT patients; to initiate and perform prospective, collaborative, GCP-conform studies for malignant and non malignant paediatric diseases; to develop further the close collaboration with experts from the Leukaemia/Chemotherapy national frontline studies in order to define the optimal timing of HSCT and incorporate transplant recommendations into the disease-specific protocols; to implement the new regulations on paediatric medicines from the EMEA; to offer physicians and nursing staff from small or new centres practical training and fellowships in experienced transplantation units through a European Collaborative Paediatric HSCT network; to further develop established Paediatric Standards within the Accreditation Process through JACIE to guarantee and maintain a high quality of patient care and experience. 

PDWP Team

PDWP Publications List

Guidelines, Consensus Statements, and Position Papers

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