netFormulary York and Scarborough Formulary NHS
York Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, in partnership with
Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group
Scarborough and Ryedale Clinical Commissioning Group
 
 Introduction

Welcome to York and Scarborough joint Formulary

Useful Links

Medicines Information Electronic Enquiry form
(YTHNHSFT access only)
IV guide -(York Teaching Hospitals)
Trust user access only
York Hospitals
Shared Care Guidelines
 For mental health SCG please refer to
individual drug entry.
Drug and Therapeutics Committee new product request form

Vale of York and Scarborough/Ryedale Medicines Commissioning Committee application forms 
Individual Funding request forms (IFR)
 NHS England
 Scarborough and Ryedale  CCG 
 Leeds
 Vale of York CCG
 Hull CCG
Medicines Commissioning positions

Vale of York CCG
Scarborough and Ryedale CCG
Tissue Viability Formulary

County Durham and Darlington Drug Monitoring recommendations

Please forward any comments that you have on the guidelines to the author. Some of the recommendations are not necessarily in line with national best practice, rather they are a pragmatic approach combining safety and practicality in the real world of the Durham and Darlington primary care locality.

NEW: North Yorkshire antibiotic prescribing guideline for primary care 

Outpatient prescribing guidelines
(YTHNHSFT access only)
 
     

The aim of the Formulary is to promote safe, evidence-based and cost effective prescribing. It has been developed by the York and Scarborough Formulary Management team in association with Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Scarborough and Ryedale Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and York and Scarborough Drug and Therapeutics Committee (DTC).

New medicines may be considered for inclusion in the Formulary following joint consideration by DTC and Vale of York/Scarborough and Rydale CCG Medicines Commissioning Committee (MCC). In addition, all drugs recommended by NICE Technology Appraisals are automatically included as a treatment option, when used in line with criteria set out in the guidance and local formulary policy. 

The database is formatted in accordance with BNF chapter classification for ease of use.   It includes hyperlinks to the e-BNF, eBNF(children) and Electronic Medicines Compendium which holds Summaries of Product Characteristics for more detailed prescribing information. Links to NICE Technology Appraisals have been included where a positive review has been published.

For new drug requests from within York and Scarborough Hospital, please contact the hospital Formulary Team for advice on which new product request form to complete.

York (ext 5948/5973)
Kirsten.evans@york.nhs.uk
jane.crewe@york.nhs.uk

Scarborough (ext 6234)
john.hampton@york.nhs.uk 

Comments about any aspect of NetFormulary are welcome and can be submitted to either of the above contacts.

 


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