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TitleDescriptionTargetFormatLanguageSourceTags
À quoi servent les médicaments ?Information to help children understand what medicines are for, FrenchSPARADRAP
Advice about medicinePractical and reliable information about the medicine that their child needs and how to give it, EnglishMedicines for Children,
Aspirin journey through the body – 3D animationThe journey of a drug through the body: from the moment we take it until it is removed from the body, EnglishSheffield Hallam University,
Douze façons de prendre un médicamentInformation on 12 ways to take a medicine, FrenchSPARADRAP,
Drug administrationDifferent ways (routes) used to give a medicine (drug)EnglishMSD Manual
DrugsExplanations on different topics related with medicines and their effects on the human body, English (also in other languages)MSD Manual
Guide to swallowing tabletsPractical advice to help your child swallow tablets or capsulesEnglishMedicines for children
How does your body process medicine?This video explains how a medicine works in general terms in a human bodyEnglish with spanish subtitlesCéline Valéry | TED lessons Animation,
How to Take Oral Medications ProperlyLearn how to take oral medications properly, EnglishVery Well Health,
How to use Metered Dose Inhaler (MDI)Learn how to use metered dose inhaler, EnglishUseInhalers,
InhalersDidactic videos explaining different conditions and medical procedures, like how to use inhalers, EnglishMSD Manual,
Le vaccinInformation to help children understand what vaccines are and what they are needed for, FrenchSPARADRAP,
Les médicaments, qu’est-ce que c’est ?Information to help children understand what medicines are, FrenchSPARADRAP
Medicine for kidsFind out why kids' medicines are different from adult ones, English - also available in Italian and SpanishCVBF-TEDDY, , ,
Modified release tabletsDifferences between different modified-release tablets, , Englishmaxxmint21
Module 2 – types of vaccine and adverse reactionsOnline course that explains the different types of vaccine and the main routes of administration, EnglishWorld Health Organization
Overview of drug absorption, metabolism, and excretionOverview of drug absorption, metabolism, and excretion, EnglishMSD Manual,
Problems swallowing pillsTips you can try to make it easier to swallow pills, , EnglishNHS,
TEDDY videosUnderstand why kids' medicines are different from adults onesEnglishCVBF-TEDDY, , ,
TitleDescriptionTargetFormatLanguageSourceTags
Can we tell which children with febrile neutropenia have a bad bug or infection?An example of how children with cancer can help research, EnglishDr. Bob Phillips,
Cardio Pulmonary Exercise Test (CPET) for children: what happens?What happens when your child needs a Cardiopulmonary Exercise Test (PECP)English with 10 languages subtitlesWWCIH Charity
Donating biospecimens for cancer research: an expert FAQSite with information on biospecimens (samples): what they are and why they are valuableEnglishCancer.net,
Explaining blood tests to familiesWhat happens when you get your blood tested (step-by step), EnglishWWCIH Charity
How do I prepare my child for a cannula?How to prepare your child when he/she needs to have a cannula in hospital, EnglishWWCIH Charity
How do I prepare my child for a CT-scan?How you could talk to your child about having a CT-scan (Computed Tomography), EnglishWWCIH Charity,
How do I prepare my child for a general anaestheticHow to prepare you child before going to hospital to have a general anaesthetic before their operation, EnglishWWCIH Charity
How do I prepare my child for an EEG?How you could play with your child before you go to hospital for an EEG (electroencephalogram).English with 2 subtitlesWWCIH Charity
How do I prepare my child for an ultrasound?How to prepare a child before going to hospital to have an ultrasoundEnglish with 2 subtitlesWWCIH Charity
How do I prepare my child for an X-ray?, EnglishWWCIH Charity
How do I prepare my child for MRI?How you could talk to your child about having an MRI scan (Magnetic Resonance Imaging), EnglishWWCIH Charity
How do I prepare my child with a learning disability for using healthcare services?This video shows interviews with parents of children with a learning disability and how they prepare their child for going to hospital or to the doctorEnglishWWCIH Charity
How do my eyes get checked for uveitis?What to expect when you have an eye test and have your eyes checked for uveitis, EnglishWWCIH Charity
How does anesthesia works?This video explains how anesthesia works, , English with 28 languages subtitlesSteven Zheng
How X-rays see through your skinThis video explains how X-rays see through your skin, , English with 25 subtitlesGe Wang | TED lessons Animation
My child has a skin prick test to check for allergiesWhat happens when a child needs to have a prick test, a skin test used to detect allergies, English with 8 subtitlesWWCIH Charity
My child has a sweat test to diagnose or rule out cystic fibrosisThis video shows children what happens in a sweat test, English with 3 languages subtitlesWWCIH Charity
My child is going for a DMSA renal scan (nuclear medicine test) in hospitalWhat happens when doctors check if kidneys are healthy using a DMSA scannerEnglish with 4 subtitlesWWCIH Charity
My child is going for a Hearing Test (Visual Reinforced Audiometry) in hospitalUnderstand what happens during a hearing testEnglishWWCIH Charity
My child is going for a polysomnography sleep studyWhat happens when babies or children have to undergo a polysomnography for a sleep study, English with 4 languages subtitlesWWCIH Charity
My newborn baby has a Hearing Screen in hospitalWhat happens during the hearing test used to see if a newborn has hearing problemsEnglish with 6 languages subtitlesWWCIH Charity
My son is anxious about his blood test – preparing in the play hospitalWhat happens when a child needs to get a blood test, EnglishWWCIH Charity
Preparing for my child’s admission to the Cancer Centre at the Royal Hospital for Children GlasgowWhat happens when your child is admitted to a Cancer Centre for specialist treatment, English with 2 languages subtitlesWWCIH Charity
Standard ECG: Texas Children’s Heart Center animation seriesHelping children with heart problems understand their diagnosis and potential treatment optionsEnglishTexas Children's Hospital
The Hopkins Children’s guide to surgeryPreparing your child for the experience of going to an hospital for surgeryEnglish, Arabic, SpanishJohns Hopkins Children's Center
What happens during an infusion with biologics?What happens when getting an infusion with biologics (a type of medicine)., , , EnglishWWCIH Charity
What happens in a cardio-pulmonary exercise test?What happens when you have a cardio-pulmonary exercise test to check your heart and lungs in hospital, EnglishWWCIH Charity
What happens in a hip check for babies and hip dysplasia treatment?What happens when babies hips get checked and treated for hip dysplasiaEnglishWWCIH Charity
What happens in a Lung Function Test?What happens in a Lung Function Test (Breathing Test), EnglishWWCIH Charity
What happens in a nerve conduction study?What happens when your child needs a nerve conduction study to see if their nerves work properlyEnglish with 2 languages subtitlesWWCIH Charity
What happens in a videofluoroscopy swallow study?What happens in a videofluoroscopy swallow study (an X-ray study of the swallow)EnglishWWCIH Charity
What happens when my child has a CT scan?How a CT scan is performed in the hospitalEnglish with 11 languages subtitlesWWCIH Charity
What happens when my child has an echo?What happens when your child needs to have an echo (or echocardiogram) to look at their heartEnglish with 7 subtitlesWWCIH Charity
What happens when my child has an EEG?Learn what happens if you need to go to the children's hospital for an EEG (or electroencephalogram)English with 13 subtitlesWWCIH Charity
What happens when my child has an X-ray?What happens when your child needs to have an x-ray to see his chest or bones, English with 10 languages subtitlesWWCIH Charity
What happens when my child needs a breathing mask (NIV, CPAP) at night?See what happens when a child has to start wearing a mask ventilation for the nightEnglish with 7 subtitlesWWCIH Charity
What happens when my child needs a joint injection?What happens during joint injections using entonox (a gas that works as pain relief).English with 6 languages subtitles
What happens when my child needs an injection?See what happens when a child needs an injectionEnglishWWCIH Charity
Will and Sophie have radiotherapyHelping children understand the different stages of a radiotherapy treatmentEnglishChildren's Cancer and Leukemia Group
TitleDescriptionTargetFormatLanguageSourceTags
A special visit for Jimmy BunnyModel of best practice for the preparation of the booklet for children with the indicated range of ageEnglish - available also in Albanian, Dutch, Italian, French, German, GreekCVBF-TEDDY, ,
About clinicaltrials.ieCharacteristics of a clinical trial and concepts that patients participating in a study should be clear aboutEnglishIPPOSI patient science industry, , , , ,
About clinicaltrials.ieExplanation for a 8-year-old child about clinical trialsEnglishIPPOSI patient science industry, , , , ,
About clinicaltrials.ieThis booklet has been written to explain to children (aged 8-12) what clinical trials areEnglishIPPOSI patient science industry, , , , ,
About clinicaltrials.ieThis booklet has been written to inform teenagers about clinical trials, EnglishIPPOSI patient science industry, , , , ,
ASCO answers: Cancer Clinical TrialsAll the information you need to know if you are going to participate in a trialEnglishCancer.net (approved from America Society Clinical Oncology)
Children and clinical trialsUnderstand the importance of children in clinical studiesEnglishChildren and clinical trials
Clinical ResearchThe story of James Lind, who laid the foundation for modern clinical trials, English (available also in other languages)ECRAN Project, ,
Clinical trials help and resourcesWhere and how to find information about a clinical trialEnglishNational Cancer Institute, , ,
Come funziona il nuovo sciroppo? (età 0-6)Model of best practice for the preparation of the booklet for children with the indicated range of ageItalian - also available in French, Albanian, Arabic, GreekCVBF-TEDDY, ,
Could you change the future of cystic fibrosis/ResearchHow are drugs developed?EnglishCystic Fibrosis Trust
DEEP informative materialsIn this site you will find age-tailored information booklets and assent forms to explain the clinical trial procedures to children, , , Italian, French, English, Albanian, Arabic, GreekCVBF-TEDDY, ,
ECRAN LabEnter a virtual experimental laboratory and play through the clinical trial phases, English (also available in other language)ECRAN Project
ECRAN MazeAnswer all the questions along the path, just as researchers need to solve uncertainty, English (also other language available)ECRAN Project
ECRAN tutorial – interactiveLearn about clinical trials and check your knowledge with this tutorial, English (available in other language)ECRAN Project, , , , ,
GABA – 1 _ Painaway to the rescueModel of best practice for the preparation of the booklet for children with the indicated range of age, English - also available in Albanian, Dutch, Italian, French, German, GreekCVBF-TEDDY, ,
GABA-1_ Free to fly living without painModel of best practice for the preparation of the booklet for children with the indicated range of age, English - also available in Albanian, Dutch, Italian, French, German, Greek, ,
GAPP animated video childrenIn this video children will find out what a clinical trial is, English - available also in Albanian, Dutch, Italian, French, German, GreekCVBF-TEDDY, ,
GAPP animated video teenagersLearn what clinical trials are and how they are carried out, English - also available in Albanian, Dutch, Italian, French, German, GreekCVBF-TEDDY, ,
GlossaryGlossary of terms commonly used in clinical trials contextEnglishCenterWatch,
Good questions to askResearchers and families discuss the importance of asking questions when being in a research study, EnglishChildren and Clinical Studies, ,
Helping you understand clinical trialsWhat clinical research studies are, why they are important and what happens if you participate, EnglishBiogen, , , ,
Helping you understand the placebo effectThe placebo effect: why you need to consider it during a clinical research study, EnglishBiogen
How does the new syrup work? (age 0-6)Model of best practice for the preparation of the booklet for children with the indicated range of ageEnglish, ,
Launching video about clinical trialsThis video will help kids learn about clinical trialsEnglishDigiKnowIt News
Learning about clinical trialsThis booklet includes a very detailed explanation of clinical trialsEnglishCure SMA, ,
Mission iron buster (age 11-17)Model of best practice for the preparation of the booklet for children with the indicated range of age, English - also available in Italian, French, Albanian, Arabic, GreekCVBF-TEDDY, ,
Mission iron buster (age 6-10)Model of best practice for the preparation of the booklet for children with the indicated range of age, English - also available in Italian, French, Albanian, Arabic, GreekCVBF-TEDDY, ,
Phases of Cancer Clinical Trials – an introduction, with Neal Meropol, MDThis video explains how clinical cancer research is done in different phases of clinical trialsEnglishCancer.net (ASCO)
Phases of clinical trialsLearn about the different phases of a clinical trialEnglishCancer.net (approved from America Society Clinical Oncology)
Sail along with James Lind!General overview of clinical trials, , English, Norwegian and LuxembourgishECRAN
Taking part in clinical trialsUnderstand more about clinical trials and answer some of the questions you may haveEnglishChildren's Cancer and Leukemia Group,
Terms you should knowDefinitions related to clinical studies, , EnglishChildren and Clinical Studies, , ,
The power of the placebo effectThis video explains what the placebo effect is, , English with 27 languages subtitlesEmma Bryce | TED lessons Animation,
The research team: who’s whoLearn who the members of a research team are and how they interact with study participants, EnglishChildren and Clinical Studies, ,
What are clinical trials?Basics of cancer clinical trials including patient safety, phases of clinical trials and the costsEnglishCancer.net (coctor-approved patient Information from ASCO),
TitleDescriptionTargetFormatLanguageSourceTags
Assent form 12-17 years oldModel of best practice for the preparation of the assent form for children with the indicated range of age, English - also available in Albanian, Dutch, Italian, French, German, GreekCVBF-TEDDY, ,
Assent form 7-11 years oldModel of best practice for the preparation of the assent form for children with the indicated range of age, English - also available in Albanian, Dutch, Italian, French, German, GreekCVBF-TEDDY, ,
Assent form DEEP-2 clinical trial (age 11-17)Model of best practice for the preparation of the assent form for children with the indicated range of age, English - also available in other languagesCVBF-TEDDY, ,
Assent form DEEP-2 clinical trial (age 6-10)Model of best practice for the preparation of the assent form for children with the indicated range of age, English - available in other languagesCVBF-TEDDY, ,
Clinical trials: what is informed consent, with Carolyn Runowicz, MDWhat an Informed Consent of a clinical trial isEnglishCancer.net YouTube Channel
If not for me: children in clinical studiesDocumentary which tackles the tough questions many parents ask about paediatric researchEnglish, SpanishChildren and Clinical Studies
Know your rightsA game to know what rights children have as clinical trial participantsEnglishDigiKnowIt News - Innovation Research and Training, Inc.,
Should my child join a clinical trial?In this website parents can find information on clinical trialsEnglish, Spanishhealthychildren.org,
TitleDescriptionTargetFormatLanguageSourceTags
Clinical trials and safety with patient Eric Singer, MD, MAHow clinical trials are reviewed for patient safetyEnglishCancer.net YouTube Channel,
Patient safety in clinical trialsSummary about the process of entering in a clinical trial and patients's rights (in the USA)Englishcancer.gov
Safety and protectionsSafety measures in place to protect their children while they are in a studyEnglishChildren and Clinical Studies
TitleDescriptionTargetFormatLanguageSourceTags
c4c – we want to hear from young peopleAre you interested in being involved in an innovative project and contributing to the development of research? Then take a look at our video on why and how you can get involved.English with subtitles in Dutch, French, German, Italian and Spanish.conect4children,
Children and clinical studiesA documentary video for parents about enrolling their child in a clinical studyEnglishDigiKnowIt News - Innovation Research and Training, Inc.,
Clinical trials explained for kidsLearn what a clinical trial is, what it is for and in how many phases it is divided, , , Spanish with subtitles in EnglishHospital Sant Joan de Déu, ,
Clinical trials in first personDifferent testimonies explain their experience while participating in a clinical trialSpanish with subtitles in EnglishHospital Sant Joan de Déu
Core Outcome Measures in Effectiveness Trials Initiative (COMET)In this site you will find materials (in different formats) to understand some important concepts in clinical trials, EnglishCOMET
EMA – involvement of Children and Young People in regulatory environmentThis video explains how children & young people can help to develop medicines for children and young people by sharing their experience, thoughts and ideas with the European Medicines Agency (EMA).English with subtitles in Dutch, French, German, Italian and Spanish.conect4children,
Health research: making the right decision for meWhere and how to find information about a clinical trialEnglishNational Cancer Institute, , ,
Hear from parents about their experiences with their children in clinical trials!Site with videos of parents with children of all ages who have already been in a clinical trialEnglishDigiKnowIt News - Innovation Research and Training, Inc.,
How children benefitResearchers and families discuss the benefits of researchEnglishChildren and Clinical Studies,
Informed consent document addressed to patients: the assentWhat clinical trials / how to write a consent document for children, , EnglishKids Barcelona
Learning about clinical trialsTopics & issues that should be explained to a child before being enrolled in a clinical trial, , , SpanishKids Barcelona (Hospital Sant Joan de Déu), ,
Parent guideOverview of clinical trials designed specifically for childrenEnglishDigiKnowIt News - Innovation Research and Training, Inc,
Public information pack 1: how to get involved in NHS, public health and social care researchHow you can get involved in research, what you can expect and the difference you can make., EnglishNIHR INVOLVE,
Public information pack 2: how to get involved in NHS, public health and social care researchHow and why the public are involved in research, what they can expect and what difference they make, EnglishNIHR INVOLVE,
Public information pack 3: how to get involved in NHS, public health and social care researchInformation about some of the different organisations that are involved in research, EnglishNIHR INVOLVE,
Public information pack 4: how to get involved in NHS, public health and social care research/jargon busterThis booklet is a jargon buster providing a glossary of some of the words used research, EnglishNIHR INVOLVE,
Research versus careDifferences between research and standard medical careEnglishChildren and Clinical Studies,
SpotlightsSite with videos of kids that will tell you all about their own experiences being in clinical trialsEnglishDigiKnowIt News - Innovation Research and Training, Inc.,
Testing treatments international: promoting critical thinking about treatment claimsIntroduction to the methods, uses and value of fair testingArabic, Chinese, German, English, Spanish, Italian, PolishEvans I, Thornton H, Chalmers I and Glasziou P.
The chronicles of clinical trialsIn this comic you will learn how clinical trials work in first personEnglishDigiKnowIt News - Innovation Research and Training, Inc.,
The health choices bookPrimary schools materials which explain how to think carefully about treatmentsEnglish, French, Spanish, Kinyarwanda (Rwanda), Kiswahili (Kenya)Informed Health Choices
The Mystery of the Clinical TrialsA game to understand the importance of the clinical trials and how children can benefit from them, EnglishDigiKnowIt News - Innovation Research and Training, Inc.,
The Paper KingdomThis game aims to help learn about clinical studies, , English, SpanishChildren and Clinical Studies,
Who to talk toThis game will help you to understand that kids have a voice in their clinical trialEnglishDigiKnowIt News - Innovation Research and Training, Inc.,
Why clinical studies are importantTestimonies about the importance of conducting clinical trials for childrenEnglishDigiKnowIt News - Innovation Research and Training, Inc.,