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Continuity of medicines supply for a no-deal EU exit - FAQ for clinicians on the NHS England website.

These updates explain the government’s approach to ensure that medicines continue to be available if there is a no-deal EU exit.


EpiPen and EpiPen Junior (adrenaline auto-injector devices) – Supply Disruption 

CAS 28 Sept 2018


NHS England Resources (patient information leaflets) to assist with implementation of the OTC policy.


Update to CCG Gluten-Free Prescribing Policy.


Freestyle Libre- CCG prescribing decision


Drug-name confusion: reminder to be vigilant for potential errors Take particular care when prescribing or dispensing medicines that could be confused with others (ie, they sound-alike or look-alike). MHRA Drug Safety Update Jan 2018
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Getting started: Use the search tool to find medicine of interest or browse by BNF chapter using the 'Chapters' Menu at top of page.


A formulary for use in primary and community care has been ratified for use in Crawley, Horsham and Mid Sussex. The formulary includes the traffic light classifications under which prescribing responsibility is defined.

The formulary has been developed with reference to NICE guidelines, local clinical pathways, formularies in neighbouring CCG areas and the formularies of local trusts.

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