This section provides examples of local treatment/shared care guidelines. These are usually produced in order to create a clear medico legal structure within which practitioners can work with confidence. They are meant purely as illustrations. It is not intendeded that these guidelines should be replicated in their entirity by other areas, as guidelines need to be developed in the light of local need and history. However we hope they are of use in terms of giving a feel for the kind of content and structure involoved.
The following items are arranged in alphabetical order by locality.
|Barnsley Clinical Management Plans
- Supplied by the Kakoty Practice.
Includes blank clinical management plan, plus plans for Lofexidine, Naltrexone & Subutex
PDF (.pdf, 312K)
- Supplied by the Liverpool Drug Misuse Taskforce.
PDF (.pdf, 127K)
|Oxfordshire Shared Care Clinical Guidance for Substance Misuse: A Resource Pack
- Supplied by the Oxfordshire DAAT in conjunction with the five Oxfordshire PCTs (Updated July 2006).
The local guidance is based on recommendations from the Drug Misuse and Dependence - Guidelines on Clinical Management DH 1999, Models of Care NTA 2004, Hidden Harm 2003 and guidance produced by the Royal College of General Practitioners.
PDF (.pdf, 705K)
|nGMS: Shared Care in Oxfordshire
Update & Additional Information to Report on Shared Care for Meeting on 22nd March
- Supplied by the Oxfordshire DAAT (Mar 2004)
This provides an update and additional information on Shared Care in Oxfordshire. It includes a summary of the different ways that shared care operates in the three localities (the south, the City and the north). It also outlines the current situation with regards the funding of Scared Care and provides contact details for further information.
PDF (.pdf, 24K)
|Plymouth Primary Care Substance Misuse Guide Book
- Supplied by Plymouth Primary Care Trust.
PDF (.pdf, 4.9MB)
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