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The formulary is managed by the North & East Devon Formulary Interface Group (FIG):
See below for the minutes from the North & East Devon Formulary Interface Group (FIG) meetings:
To provide a forum for the Northern, Eastern and Western Devon Clinical Commissioning Group (NEW Devon CCG) to work with the provider trusts it commissions to incorporate national and local treatment choices and guidance into a Joint Formulary.
The Northern & Eastern Devon Formulary Interface Group (FIG) will:
The Northern and Eastern Formulary Interface Group is a multi-stakeholder group whose membership is intended to reflect the needs of the localities and organisations involved. A suggested core membership is:
Clinical specialists and other stakeholders can be invited to attend relevant meetings.
Meetings will be conducted regularly at a frequency agreed by the group, they will be formal and appropriate agenda and minutes produced.
Meetings may be attended in person or via teleconferencing where services exist; administrative support will be provided by the Clinical Effectiveness Team, NEW Devon CCG.
For the group to be quorate there will be at least two medical practitioners, (of whom at least one is a general practitioner) and one pharmacist representative from the CEMO team, NEW Devon CCG.
The Northern and Eastern Devon Formulary Interface Group will provide progress reports to the Clinical Policy Committee. This group reports to the Clinical Commissioning Group Boards.
Minutes of the Northern and Eastern Devon Formulary Interface Group will be made available on the Joint Formulary website.
The terms of reference will be reviewed annually and available on the Joint Formulary website.
All members of the committee and attendees will be expected to complete a declaration of interest. The Chair will ask that declarations of interest are made known to the committee members to indicate any issues where there is a personal competing interest whether financial, academic or research. These are then recorded in the minutes of the appropriate meeting.