This is a description of what ADTC forms are, which you can edit using the pencil icon at the end of this paragraph, which you'll only see if you're logged in.
This form is only to be used to request access to a licensed medicine that; is a medicine for an indication that has been considered and not recommended for use in NHS Scotland by the Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC); or is a medicine accepted for restricted use by SMC but the intended use is out with SMC restrictions; or is a medicine which has been submitted and is awaiting/undergoing evaluation by the SMC.
This policy outlines the NHS D&G management process for medicines requested via the Peer Approved Clinical System Tier 2 (PACS 2) which replaces the previous Individual Patient Treatment Request (IPTR) process. The exception is where the medicines is not approved due to a non submission. In these cases an IPTR form should be used).
Application for the use of a new medicine, or new indication for an existing medicine (includes unlicensed/off label use).
‘Pay and Report’ covers all products where it is not clear whether or not the product in question should be classified as a drug.
Data collection form to be submitted to ADTC (IPTR sub committee) through the Medical Director's office.
This data collection sheet captures all information considered regarding an individual patient treatment request for licensed medicines which have been assessed by SMC and NOT RECOMMENDED for use within NHS Scotland.
This document details the framework for handling IPTRs in NHS Dumfries & Galloway.
This document contains advice on what information should be included in an Individual Patient Treatment Request.
This a guide for patients about Individual Patient Treatment Requests, the reasons for them and the process that they follow.