A two page guide highlighting the changes to the new CD1 (2018) form. Useful if you are using this for the first time or teaching others.
For SystmOne users. This zip (compressed) file should contain all you need to download the palliative care formulary, instructions for loading the formulary and CD1 form for mail merging patient details (Word letter template .xml). The CD1 is also available within SystmOne on the ‘Lincolnshire Teaching Group’ This is a first for us so hope it all works. The aim is to make the new CD1 (2018) quicker and easier to complete. Please remember to print this on yellow paper so that the nurses can find it in the home. Thanks to Dr Kieran Sharrock for his help.
This information sheet is intended as a resource for staff in Lincolnshire looking after palliative care patients who have been prescribed alfentanil for pain relief. It is not a clinical guideline.
This zip (compressed) file is for EMIS users. It contains instructions to simplify the process for EMIS users to complete the new CD1 (2018) and the necessary files to accomplish this. It has been designed by GPs to save GPs time. Brilliant.
Here is the 2018 version of the Lincolnshire Anticipatory Prescribing Form also known as the CD1 or Gold Form. Please print this off on yellow paper. This makes it stand out from the mountain of paperwork from different teams supporting the patient at end of life. It greatly helps the nurses who are asked to dispense these drugs, to find the form. Many thanks to Dr Kat Collett at St Barnabas and her team from multiple providers around the county.
This document from the BMA is not intended to be used as clinical guidance, but to clarify the issues around anticipatory prescribing and end-of-life care.
A guide to the equivalent doses for opioids produced for Lincolnshire
Instructions on how to import the palliative care formulary into SystmOne. The formulary allows you to more easily prescribe anticipatory medications as suggested in the CD1 gold form 2018. Remember to check doses for your specific patient. Thanks to Dr Kieran Sharrock at the LMC
Does what is says on the tin
A link straight to the anticipatory prescribing guidance for the last days of life from NICE