Since 2017, TEDDY Network has assumed an autonomous legal status to valorize the results and keep on the activities of the TEDDY NoE. Through an autonomous representativeness, it is possible for the Network to strengthen its position in the European paediatric research community as well as increase the participation of its Members actively taking part in new European projects.
Here you can find the TEDDY statute that allows the adhesion to TEDDY Network of natural and legal persons within two categories of members:
Ordinaries: the physical persons participating to the network activities
Supporters: legal entities contributing to the network activities.
All legal and physical persons, sharing the TEDDY aims, presenting the request and accepting the TEDDY statute and the internal regulation, can be associated.
Moreover, within TEDDY Network actions, seven ad hoc working groups (WG) were set up and tasked with addressing the most important needs of the paediatric research. The purpose of the WGs is to develop pragmatic responses and tools for and define best practices in paediatric medicines development in Europe.
In particular, the WGs are:
Paediatric Clinical Studies Methodologies and Procedures
Ethical Issues in paediatric research
Off-label medicines use in paediatrics
Regulatory procedures for paediatric clinical trials and Pharmacovigilance
Active engagement of children and adolescents in the themes of clinical research
Advanced therapies in paediatrics
Any research centres and groups willing to be engaged in the development of clinical research can join the TEDDY Network by filling in the association form and sending it to email@example.com.