Regulation

Pharaceutical needs assessments

This publication was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

Transitional provisions for primary care trusts regarding NHS pharmaceutical services.

Documents

Schedule 7 to the NHS (Pharmaceutical Services) Regulations 2012 containing transitional provisions

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The Schedule 14 Determination and Designation (No.2) 2012

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The Payments to Suspended NHS Chemists (England) Determination 2012

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Detail

The main purpose of this document is to help primary care trusts in determining applications relating to the provision of pharmaceutical services in England in the period of transition after the NHS (Pharmaceutical Services) Regulations 2005, as amended have been repealed but during which some applications still fall to be determined under those Regulations rather than the 2012 Regulations.

This guidance is also intended to help others who are affected by such decisions.

New Regulations, NHS (Pharmaceutical Services) Regulations Statutory Instrument SI 2012/1909, come into force on 1 September 2012.

Regulations

Determinations, Designations and Directions