Medicines Formularies in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight
A medicines formulary is a list of medicines approved for use in adults and children. A formulary is used alongside other resources to ensure the safe and appropriate prescribing of medicines for patients.
HIOW Medicines Formulary
The new HIOW joint formulary is available at: NHS Hampshire and Isle of Wight Formulary (hiowformulary.nhs.uk)
The formulary includes primary care, hospital, community, and mental health and learning disability providers.
Oral Nutritional Supplements (ONS)
The Hampshire Wound Formulary contains resources for GPs, practice nurses, community nurses, care home teams, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals across primary care to promote effective use of dressings.
The wound formulary is a working document with input from tissue viability nursing teams, pharmacy and podiatry within acute and primary care. The Wound Formulary group meets regularly to provide a forum for the evaluation of new and current products and to document the evidence available for inclusions to the wound formulary for consideration by the Local Implementation Groups (LIGs).
Please note: The Isle of Wight have their own wound care formulary