National PGD templates are developed with experts for clinical specialties. They reduce duplication and variation, and improve consistency of care.

SPS National Medicines Governance Do Once programme

The programme reduces duplication of effort and improves quality and consistency through national PGD templates and Medicines Policy and Governance principles
SPS national PGD templates can be implemented by organisations to improve consistency and reduce duplication of effort.
About PGD exemplar templates The attached PGD templates are based on the version being used to develop the national PGD templates as part of the…

Ambulance

Created by SPS with the support of NASMeD and JRCALC.

Infection and infectious diseases

Created by SPS with the support of specialist stakeholders including NICE, RCGP, ARPHAI, PHE and NHSE.

Pregnancy and supportive medicines

For use in antenatal and maternity services across all healthcare sectors.

Created by SPS and NHSEI, with the support of specialist stakeholders working within clinical practice and the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (RCOG), as part of the wider Preventative Medicines in Pregnancy programme.

Public Health

PGD templates are developed by PHE for a variety of clinical scenarios.

Radiology

Created by SPS, NHS England, the Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) and the Society and College of Radiographers (SCoR), with the support of specialists working within NHS clinical practice. For use in radiology service in NHS England commissioned services.

Reproductive health and contraception

For use within reproductive health and contraception services across all healthcare sectors.

Created by SPS and the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health (FSRH), with the support of specialist stakeholders working within clinical practice.

Sexual health

For use within sexual health services across all healthcare sectors.

Created by SPS and the British Association of Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH)/British Association of HIV (BHIVA), with the support of specialist stakeholders working within clinical practice.