2019 Consultation Responses

The Royal Pharmaceutical Society responded to the following consultations in 2019.

November 2019

Salary threshold and points-based system (PBS) commission: call for evidence | Migration Advisory Committee

National Health Service (Pharmaceutical Services) (Wales) Regulations 2020 | Welsh Government

Call for evidence: pharmacy aseptic services review | NHS Improvement

October 2019

Community pharmacies: promoting health and wellbeing | NICE

September 2019

Cannabis-based medicinal products | NICE

Flu vaccination: increasing uptake | NICE 

August 2019

Vaccine uptake in the general population | NICE

Digital-first Primary Care: Policy consultation on patient registration, funding and contracting rules | NHS Digital

What should primary care look like for the next generation? | Scottish Parliament

July 2019

Consultation on the new national public health body ‘Public Health Scotland’ | Scottish Government

June 2019

Off-payroll working rules from April 2020 | HMRC

Consultation on Acnecide face gel and face wash | MHRA

Consultation on the Draft National Whistleblowing Standards | Scottish Public Services Ombudsman

Consultation on draft guidance for pharmacist prescribers | GPhC

May 2019

Cellulitis and erysipelas: antimicrobial prescribing | NICE

Diabetic foot infection: antimicrobial prescribing | NICE

Provision of health and social care in the adult prison estate | National Assembly for Wales

April 2019

Consultation on the initial education and training standards for pharmacists | GPhC

March 2019

Prevention and management of falls guideline | Royal College of Occupational Therapists

February 2019

Developing a patient safety strategy for the NHS | NHS Improvement   

Appropriate clinical negligence cover | Department of Health and Social Care

Items which should not routinely be prescribed in primary care: an update and a consultation on further guidance for CCGs | NHS England

January 2019

Proposed new drug driving regulations in Scotland | Scottish Parliament

National Medicines Safety Programme Priority Setting | NHS Improvement