netFormulary South Staffordshire Joint Formulary NHS
South Staffordshire CCGs
Burton Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Cannock Chase Hospital
County Hospital Stafford
 
 Introduction

Preferred Prescribing list for South Staffordshire CCGs, including Burton Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and
Cannock and Stafford Hospitals Foundation Trust

Useful Links

BNFSPC  Area Prescribing  Group Minutes CCG Patient Group Directions Grey List
(Items that cannot be Prescribed)
Feedback To Us Link
BNF For Children Formulary Working Group Minutes NHS England Patient Group Directions    Area Prescribing Group Newsletters  
MHRA Drug Safety Updates Formulary Application Form Vaccine Update Prescribing Audits 
RICaDs and ESCAs
Burton Hospital NHS Trust
Essential Shared Care Agreements
RICaDs Mental Health Essential Shared Care Agreements  
Clinical Formularies and Guidelines
Area Prescribing Group Guidelines Woundcare Formulary Antimicrobial Guidelines 2016 Continence Prescribing Formulary  
CCG Formularies
North Staffs Joint Formulary Birmingham and surrounds formulary Derbyshire Formulary Wolverhampton Formulary  

News Feed

26/1/17 Three new ESCAS now available for Burton Hospitals Methotrexate, Leflunomide, Azathioprine and a RICad for Sacubitril valsartan (Entresto)
20/01/17 NEW Both adult and childrens gluten free guidelines have been updated nutrition and blood guidelines
16/01/17 NEW Continence formulary uploaded to formularies and guidelines section
Home Page updated : Now include link to Birmingham and Surrounds formulary

HOW TO USE

  1. The Preferred Prescribing List for the various therapeutic sections of  the British National Formulary (BNF) can be accessed via the links

   2.     PDF How to use guide

   3.   Drugs are colour coded according to the following criteria:

 

Status Description
Red Drugs which require special consideration. These are drugs for Consultant Prescribing ONLY. They should not be prescribed in Primary Care.  
Amber Second-line drugs. Either more clinically or cost effective drugs are available or use should be restricted to certain groups (including ESCA's) or specialist initiation groups. They may be prescribed within Primary and Secondary Care  
Amber 1 Drugs that should be initiated by a Specialist but are suitable for continuation in Primary Care.  
Amber 2 Drugs that should be initiated by a Specialist but are suitable for continuation in Primary Care but also require and ESCA (Shared Care Agreement) or a RICaD (Rationale for Initiation, Continuation and Discontinuation)
Green Suitable first-line drugs for implementation in Primary Care  
   





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