By Christopher Andrew Langley, Dawn Belcher
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In addition to the above, different prescription forms are used in the different countries that make up the UK. 2 form. 1 The main different FP10 prescription forms currently in use in England Standard prescription forms Computer generated FP10SS Green Hand-written FP10NC FP10HNC FP10PN FP10CN FP10SP FP10D Green Green Lilac Lilac Lilac Yellow General practitioners, hospital-based prescribers, nurses, pharmacists and supplementary prescribers General practitioners Hospital-based prescribers Practice nurses Community nurses Supplementary prescribers Dentists Instalment prescription forms Computer generated FP10MDA-SS Blue Hand-written FP10MDA-S FP10HMDA-S FP10MDA-SP Blue Blue Blue General practitioners, hospital-based prescribers, nurses, pharmacists and supplementary prescribers General practitioners Hospital-based prescribers Supplementary prescribers • HS21 – Northern Ireland (and HS21S for stock ordering) • GP10 or HBP – Scotland (and GP10A for stock ordering) • WP10 – Wales.
Is the dispensing bench free from clutter? 7. Does the dispensed item look presentable and reflect well on the professionalism of the pharmacist or pharmacy technician? 8. Has a patient information leaflet been included? 9. Is the item dispensed in a child-resistant container? 7 An example of an audit form for the audit of a standard operating procedure for the label generation and assembly of prescription items within a community pharmacy. 10] which enables any patterns of error to be observed.
However, as an alternative, it is possible for the prescriber to indicate the desired number of days’ treatment by placing a figure in this box (in the example in the preceding paragraph, this figure would be ‘7’). As the legend to the box indicates, it is important that the prescriber includes a dose with each prescribed items to enable the pharmacist or pharmacy technician to calculate the number of dosage units to supply. For dispenser No. of Prescns. on form This box is completed by the pharmacist or pharmacy technician at the same time as the prescription form is stamped at the top lefthand corner.