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NHS BaNES CCG, NHS Swindon CCG, NHS Wiltshire CCG
Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust
Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust
 Introduction

Welcome to the BaNES, Swindon and Wiltshire Joint Formulary
For use by primary, secondary & community care prescribers within BaNES, Swindon & Wiltshire
See about page for information relating to the three formularies which have merged to make this
new BSW joint formulary and for traffic light definitions.

To use this formulary, search by medicine name, condition [use search box below] or BNF chapter/subsection [use chapter tab]. For further information see QRG - how to use BSW formulary website and QRG - how to use BSW formulary App


Useful Links

N.B. This website is still under development. If you discover information you believe to be inaccurate please contact us at bsw.formulary@nhs.net

A number of ‘differences’ in formulary options, traffic light statuses, prescribing guidelines and shared care protocols have yet to be agreed across BSW. Please bear with us as we work to review these and please follow the guidance for your locality.

Prescribing Guidelines  

Shared Care Guidance

BSW Management of infections in Primary Care
*Regularly updated - we suggest not printing*
Full Guideline
Quick Ref Guide adults Quick Ref Guide children

BaNES CCG Medicines Management Information

Swindon CCG Medicines Management Information

Wiltshire CCG Medicines Management Information 

Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust intranet link

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust intranet link

Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust [link coming soon]

 

News Feed

Jan 2020 -  Note - Discontinuation of 3 Insuman presentations (recombinant human insulin). 


Coronavirus - PHE has published a Q&A blog for members of the public which is regularly updated with advice about the outbreak. Information for primary care colleagues can be found here.


Jan 2020 - Ingenol mebutate (Picato®) gel has been removed from the formulary and the BSW Actinic keratoses pathway  as a precautionary measure following the MHRA Class 2 recall


Jan 2020 - MHRA Drug Safety Update Ondansetron - Small increased risk of oral clefts following use in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy


January 2020 - Phenytoin Sodium NRIM 100mg capsules – Supply Disruption Alert


January 2020 - Convulex (Valproic acid) 150mg, 300mg and 500mg capsules - Supply Disruption Alert


>>> more news

The formulary is intended to be used when prescribing for adolescents and adults. 

All material on this website is aimed at healthcare professionals working in BaNES, Swindon and Wiltshire, but is information currently held within the public domain.

Members of the public seeking advice on medicine-related matters are encouraged to speak with their GP, pharmacist or nurse, or out of hours contact the NHS 111 service by telephoning 111.


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