Supervised Administration

Supervised Administration

Examples of this service that have been commissioned locally are available on the PSNC online services database.

Tools and publications which may be useful to support the commissioning of this service can be found on the Service development tools and publications hub.


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Template service specification and associated documents

Supervised Administration Service template service specification (Microsoft Word)

Supervised Administration Service template service specification (PDF)

Above is a nationally negotiated template service specification (developed and agreed by PSNC, the Department of Health and NHS Employers) and associated resources on the service. LPCs and contractors are able to negotiate to provide services in accordance with this specification where a local need for the service is determined. Alternatively LPCs, contractors or the service commissioner are free to develop their own local services in response to identified needs. 

Model Claim Form for Supervised Administration

Model Terms of Agreement

Pharmaceutical Services for Drug Users 

PSNC resources

PSNC Services Case Studies Hub

PSNC Think Pharmacy prospectus: Supervised consumption of medicines (Sep 2015)

The PSNC resource Community Pharmacy – at the Heart of Public Health describes the main public health services that are provided by community pharmacies and the evidence base for these services. 

Other resources

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) – The value of community pharmacy: full report and summary report
This report contains a chapter which provides PwC’s assessment of the value associated with community pharmacy’s current role in providing supervised administration services in England.

The Department of Health, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency and Public Health England have produced a Widening the availability of naloxone (Updated Jun 2016) factsheet explaining the regulations that were introduced on the 1st October 2015 and how they can be implemented.

The Professional Standards for Public Health Practice for Pharmacy (Mar 2014) provide a framework to help pharmacy teams, commissioners and those contracting services to design, implement, deliver and monitor high quality public health practice through pharmacy.

Best practice guidance for commissioners and providers of pharmaceutical services for drug users (Feb 2006) 


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