External resources such as list of pharmacist only medicines, ACC pain management service providers and advice on administering Caninsulin.
To help you meet the requirements when sending an invoice to ACC download this preformatted invoice template.
A list of medicines, the prescriptions for which require the prescriber's signature and original prescription to be sent to the pharmacy under the Misuse of Drugs Regulations 1977 (29).
A checklist to help you manage the reclassification of codeine in your pharmacy.
An A5 leaflet for you to give to your patients, explaining the change, what they mean for the patient, and alternative pain management options.
A poster for you to display in your pharmacy, informing your patients of the codeine reclassification.
An A4 letter to health professionals in your area (GPs, physiotherapists, dentists, sports massage therapists, etc), informing them of the changes to codeine.
An A5 letter referring patients who had previously taken OTC codeine on to another health provider for assessment of their health needs. (Note that health professionals include GPs, physiotherapists, dentists, sports massage therapists, etc).
Emergency Contraceptive Pill consultation record and advice checklist.
A letter template you can use to inform when your pharmacy is changing to the Swiss Nozinan.
Tips you can share with your MedTech prescribers to solve NZePS problems which do not need a software fix.
A list of the pharmacist-only medicines (restricted medicines) as at February 2019.
A list of the pharmacy-only medicines as at February 2019. The pharmacy-only medicines that need to be sold in manufacturers original packs can be identified by the yellow highlighting in this document.
Ministry of Health's requirements for electronic controlled drugs recording systems.
A5 letter template for you to inform the GP when a Section 29 medicine has been prescribed.
Flowchart to help determine if an application is required to be made to the Ministry of Health for approval to prescribe a cannabis based product to a patient.
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