Oxford Statement Social Toolkit Below are suggested posts to share with your networks on social media

"It's time to make access to quality medical products an immediate global priority." - Oxford Statement

Background on the Statement

On 8 November, 159 researchers, advocates and policymakers from around the world issued a global call for urgent action: the Oxford Statement, A Call for Global Access to Quality-Assured Medical Products. Published in The Lancet Global Health journal, the statement outlines four key interventions to ensure universal access to quality medical products:

  • Adoption of the WHO’s “Prevent, Detect and Respond” strategy
  • Greater collaboration and harmonization across national regulatory authorities
  • Increased investments to strengthen supply chains and regulatory systems
  • Multidisciplinary research to understand the impact and solutions to this problem

This statement reflects the growing momentum in advocating for safe, quality medical products across the globe. If you’re interested in sharing the news with your network and raising awareness for this critical global issue, below are proposed social media posts highlighting the need for urgent action.

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We need safe, quality medicines now. Signed by 150+ advocates, the Oxford Statement highlights four key ways to deliver quality medical products around the 🌏. Raise your voice for this issue. #MedsWeCanTrust TWEET | DOWNLOAD

Prevent, Detect, Respond

Without prioritizing quality, we cannot reach our global goals. 150+ advocates called on leaders to adopt the @WHO’s prevent, detect and respond strategy and ensure we get quality medical products into the hands of patients everywhere. #MedsWeCanTrust TWEET DOWNLOAD
Every person has the right to receive safe, quality medical products – but all too often, this isn’t the case. That’s why 150+ advocates raised their voices to call for better access to #MedsWeCanTrust. Read the Oxford Statement in @LancetGH to learn more. TWEET

Collaborate to Find Solutions

Great to see a call for better harmonization across regulatory systems! With increased collaboration, regulators can learn best practices from each other to stop the spread of poor-quality medical products. #MedsWeCanTrust TWEET
Poor-quality medicines are a 🌏 problem with a local solution: investment in strong, national regulatory systems, so patients everywhere can get quality medical products. Learn more in the Oxford Statement. #MedsWeCanTrust TWEET DOWNLOAD

Strengthen the Supply Chain

It’s time to make procuring + distributing safe, quality medical products a global priority. From eliminating infectious diseases, to achieving #HealthForAll, we need stronger supply chains to ensure #MedsWeCanTrust. TWEET DOWNLOAD
Investing in supply chains gets us one step closer to delivering safe, quality medical products for all. 150+ advocates have spoken: Ensuring #MedsWeCanTrust is not just right - it’s common sense. Read more in the Oxford Statement. TWEET

Prioritize Multidisciplinary Research

We know poor-quality medical products undercut progress on our #globalgoals but we need more research to better understand their impact. 150+ advocates are demanding just this in the Oxford Statement. #MedsWeCanTrust TWEETDOWNLOAD
To truly make access to quality medical products a global priority, we need to ⬆ investments in research to understand what’s at stake when we deliver meds that don’t work. #MedsWeCanTrust TWEET
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