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What are the risks involved in the implementation of Pharmacist-led prescription services?

Pharmacists work under a SLA requiring them to work within their limits and competence. Under the SLA all pharmacists have a responsibility to report all clinical and non-clinical accidents or incidents promptly. All pharmacists are responsible for ensuring that they have professional indemnity suitable for the range of work they are undertaking and are responsible for ensuring that they have authorisation for making changes to prescribing records within the practice. This may be by written agreement or GP signature for specific audits.

Overarching risk management is coordinated by the head of medicines management, prescribing advisors and lead pharmacists who are responsible for supporting the pharmacists, managing the service, monitoring and agreeing the work programme. They are also responsible for reporting and developing the service in conjunction with the CCG Board, CCG localities and the medicines management committees.

For further information on the topic please go to : https://www.nice.org.uk/Media/.../14-0001-qp-pharmacist-led-rpms.pdf
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