2020 consultation responses

The Royal Pharmaceutical Society responded to the following consultations in 2020.

January 2020

Service standards for consultations in sexual and reproductive health services | Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health 

Health committee inquiry into sepsis | National Assembly for Wales

National patient safety syllabus | Academy of Medical Royal Colleges

March 2020

Consultation on the regulation of non-surgical cosmetic procedures in Scotland | Scottish Government

Patient safety specialists | NHS Improvement

Improving patient safety by bringing private healthcare and NHS information together into NHS systems | NHS Digital

Consultation on the draft 2020 fees rules | GPhC

May 2020

Framework for involving patients in patient safety | NHS 

June 2020

Pharmacy representation review (reforming LPCs and PSNC) | Independent review

Draft respiratory care action plan for Scotland | Scottish Government

August 2020

Call for evidence on Coronavirus | Coronavirus APPG

September 2020

Changes to Human Medicines Regulations to support the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines | DHSC

Chronic pain in over 16s: assessment and 4 management guideline | NICE

October 2020

Welsh Language Standards for healthcare regulators and the Professional Standards Authority | Welsh Government

Shared Care Prescribing and Monitoring Guidance | AWTTC

November 2020

Supporting Adult Carers | NICE

Transition from child to adult health services study | NCEPOD

VAT and the Public Sector: Reform to VAT Refund Rules | UK Government

Serious Shortage Protocols - 12-month review of the policy | DHSC

A digital special health authority for Wales | Welsh Government

End of life care - quality standard | NICE

December 2020

Competition and Markets Authority consultation on Priadel commitments | CMA

Joint committee inquiry on COVID-19 | House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee and Science and Technology Committee

Chief Professions Officers' medicines mechanisms programme | CPOMM

NHS Healthchecks survey | NHS

A Consultation on the Digital Strategy for Scotland | Scottish Government