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20th November 2017, 10:57 AM
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GPHC Methadone

Hi buddy here I have come to get info related to General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) Call for evidence about the extemporaneous preparation of methadone, so will you plz let me know about the same??
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20th November 2017, 11:46 AM
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Re: GPHC Methadone

The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) is the body responsible for the independent regulation of the pharmacy profession within England, Scotland and Wales, responsible for the regulation of pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacy premises.

Methadone
There are two licensed formulations of methadone: a
powder and a liquid. Licensed liquid methadone comes in different strengths, and is ready to dispense. Licensed methadone powder is weighed out and mixed with a suitable liquid, called a diluent, to make methadone liquid.
Methadone, in all formulations, is a schedule 2 controlled drug 2 that is subject to safe custody requirements. This means that it must be stored under secure conditions in a specially constructed cupboard called a controlled drugs cabinet. These cabinets are not usually very large.
Methadone powder takes up less storage space than methadone liquid.

GPhC Call for evidence about the extemporaneous preparation of methadone






Principal Functions Of The Gphc
To establish and maintain a register of pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and premises at which a retail pharmacy business is;
To set and promote standards for the safe and effective practice of pharmacy at registered pharmacies;
To set standards to which registrants must demonstrate that their fitness to practise is not impaired;
To promote the safe and effective practice of pharmacy by registrants;
To set standards and requirements in respect of the education, training, acquisition of experience and continuing professional development that it is necessary for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to achieve to be entered in the register or to receive an annotation in the register and to maintain competence; and
To ensure the continued fitness to practise of registrants.


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