Shared Care Agreements

Shared care agreements outline the specialist/GP/patient responsibilites when shared care drugs are initiated, and the patient stabilised on the drug, by the specialist and then the patient's GP is asked to continue prescribing.

The available agreements are for the following  therapy drug areas:

Cancer; Renal; Paediatrics; Mental Health; Epilepsy; Neurology and Miscellaneous drugs       

Below you will find a template letter for the specialist to send to the GP when requesting shared care. The specialist should provide a copy of the shared care agreement together with the request letter.

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Warwickshire North SCAs
0 Folders, 20 Media Files.
These shared care agreements are only applicable to Warwickshire North Primary Care
SCA021 - Hydroxychloroquine.pdf Updated: 14.07.20
1 - Process for Shared Care Agreements.pdf Updated: 10.3.20 Version: 5.1
SCA002 - Atomoxetine [children ADHD].pdf updated: 28.02.20
SCA011 - Apomorphine.pdf Version: 3.0
SCA040 - Retigabine.pdf updated: 31.12.19
SCA042 - Piracetam.pdf updated: 31.12.19
SCA058 - Rifaximin.pdf updated: 31.12.19
SCA062 - Propafenone [Treatment of arrhythmias].pdf updated: 31.12.19
SCA063 - Sertraline [CAMHS].pdf updated: 31.12.19
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