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AppliedPharmaceuticalPractice by Christopher Andrew Langley, Dawn Belcher

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Part VIII – Basic prices of drugs This part contains a list of drugs where the price that will be reimbursed has been set (as detailed in Part II, Clause 8). Therefore, irrespective of what item was supplied against a prescription, the price that will be used to calculate the reimbursement cost is fixed and detailed within this part. There are five categories of items within this part, the difference being how the price of the item listed in the Drug Tariff is calculated. These categories are: • Category A – Drugs which are readily available.

7 Dentists may only prescribe, on an NHS prescription form, those items listed in the Dental Practitioners’ Formulary (DPF) in the Drug Tariff. Part XVIIB(i) – Nurse prescribers’ formulary for community practitioners (in Wales district nurses and health visitors) In a similar way to dental prescribing on an NHS prescription form, certain nurses (termed community practitioner nurse prescribers) may This part contains the minimum list of drugs that patients should be able to access. Exact mechanisms for the provision of these drugs should be decided locally, taking into account existing treatment protocols.

The equivalent organisations in the other countries are called Health and Social Care in Northern Ireland, NHS Scotland and NHS Wales. For the purposes of this book, the term ‘NHS’ will refer to all four healthcare organisations. 1 Introduction • NHS prescription supply • supplies of prescription items via the NHS within the community • the different UK Drug Tariffs • items which may be prescribed on an NHS prescription form • restrictions to supply on an NHS prescription form. This chapter introduces the supply of prescription items via the National Health Service (NHS) in the community.

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