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Aims and Scope: Pediatric Drugs

Pediatric Drugs promotes the optimization and advancement of all aspects of pharmacotherapy for healthcare professionals interested in pediatric drug therapy (including vaccines). The program of review and original research articles provides healthcare decision makers with clinically applicable knowledge on issues relevant to drug therapy in all areas of neonatology and the care of children and adolescents. The Journal includes:

  • overviews of contentious or emerging issues
  • comprehensive narrative reviews of topics relating to the effective and safe management of drug therapy through all stages of pediatric development
  • practical reviews covering optimum drug management of specific clinical situations
  • systematic reviews that collate empirical evidence to answer a specific research question, using explicit, systematic methods as outlined by the PRISMA statement
  • Adis Drug Reviews of the properties and place in therapy of both newer and established drugs in the pediatric population
  • original research articles reporting the results of well-designed studies with a strong link to clinical practice, such as clinical pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic studies, clinical trials, meta-analyses, outcomes research, and pharmacoeconomic and pharmacoepidemiological studies 

Articles published in Pediatric Drugs may be accompanied by plain language summaries, to assist patients, caregivers and others in understanding important medical advances.  

All manuscripts are subject to peer review by international experts. Letters to the Editor are welcomed and will be considered for publication.