Shared Care Protocols (SCPs)

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Shared Care Protocols are clinically focussed and provide the information required to support safe and effective shared care for the specified medicines. They include licensed indications and established off-label uses.  Standardised templates will improve patient safety, reduce duplication and reduce inequity of access. There is no legal obligation nor mandatory requirement to use the SCPs.

Amiodarone for patients within adult services

Atomoxetine for patients within adult services

Azathioprine and mercaptopurine for patients within adult services (non-transplant indications)

Ciclosporin (oral) for patients within adult services (non-transplant indications)

Dexamfetamine for patients within adult services

Dronedarone for patients in adult services

Guanfacine for patients within adult services

Hydroxycarbamide for myeloproliferative disorders and sickle cell disease for patients within adult services

Hydroxychloroquine for patients within adult services

Leflunomide for patients within adult services

Lisdexamfetamine for patients within adult services

Lithium for patients within adult services

Methotrexate (oral and subcutaneous) for patients in adult services (excluding cancer care)

Methylphenidate in adult services

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Mycophenolate mofetil and mycophenolic acid for patients within adult services (non-transplant indications)

Riluzole for patients within adult services

Sulfasalazine for patients within adult services

Valproate medicines for patients of child-bearing potential – shared care protocol to reflect updated safety advice for all prescribers