2017 consultation responses

The Royal Pharmaceutical Society responded to the following consultations in 2017.

January 2017

New National Health and Social Care Standards | Scottish Government

Degree Apprenticeship and Professional Bodies | Association of Graduate Recruiters


February 2017

RPS Response To Supervising Pharmacist Independent Prescribers | GPhC

Inquiry Into Primary Care | National Assembly for Wales

Public Consultation On New Expectations For Adult Male Prison | NHS England

New National Health and Social Care Standards | Scottish Government

Our Next Phase of Regulation: A More Targeted, Responsive and Collaborative Approach | Care Quality Commission Consultation

Preventative Agenda Inquiry | Scottish Parliament Health & Sports Committee

Healthcare in Prisons Inquiry | Scottish Parliament Health & Sports Committee

Consultation On The Initial Education and Training Standards For Pharmacy Technicians | General Pharmaceutical Council

Integrating Health and Social Care Inquiry | Public Accounts Committee

Multi-Morbidity - Draft Quality Standard | NICE


March 2017

Infection Prevention Care Bundles: High-Impact Interventions draft for consultation | Infection Protection Society England

Draft national dementia strategy | Welsh Government


April 2017

Discussion Document - National Health and Social Care Workforce Plan | Scottish Government

Healthcare Needs in Schools | Scottish Government

Use of anti-psychotic medication in care homes | National Assembly for Wales

Consultation on religion, personal values and beliefs in pharmacy practice | General Pharmaceutical Council

Proposal to make Dovonex Psoriasis Ointment available from Pharmacies | MHRA

Proposal to make Maloff Protect 250mg/100mg film-coated tablets available from Pharmacies | MHRA

Sepsis: Quality Standard consultation | NICE

Proposal to make Sildenafil 50mg film-coated tablets available from Pharmacies | MHRA


May 2017

Allowing schools to hold spare adrenaline auto-injectors | Department of Health

Physical health of people in prison: Quality standard consultation | NICE