What does the Medicines Management team do?

The Medicines Management team is made up of Pharmacists, a Pharmacy Technician, a Dietitian and support and analytical staff who support health professionals in ensuring that patients get better, safer and more convenient care.

The team uses its wealth of knowledge and experience to provide unbiased information on medicines, supports practitioners to make the best use of medicines through advice and the development of local guides, and works with providers to ensure the right medicines are supplied at the right place.

The team provides support to health professionals directly and is unable to advise individual patients on their medicines. Your prescriber (e.g. GP) has access to your medical record and is in the best position to make prescribing decisions on your individual circumstances.

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Formulary and Prescribing Guidelines

Medicines Management

 

Please click on the heading to view formulary, shared care guidelines and pathways for each BNF chapter.

Chapter 01 - Gastro-intestinal system

Chapter 02 - Cardiovascular system

Chapter 03 - Respiratory system

Chapter 04 - Nervous system

Chapter 05 - Infection

Chapter 06 - Endocrine system

Chapter 07 - Genito-urinary system

Chapter 08 - Malignant disease

Chapter 09 - Nutrition and blood

Chapter 10 - Musculoskeletal system

Chapter 11 - Eye

Chapter 12 - Ear, nose and oropharynx

Chapter 13 - Skin

End of Life formulary

Woundcare formulary

Traffic light list for prescribing

Position Statements

Shared Care Guidelines

Prescribing Incentive Scheme

Prescribing Newsletters

Patient Information

Patient Letters

Practice Policies/Resources

Eclipse

National Medicine Shortages

NHSE Consultation