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Controlled Drugs

Controlled Drug Accountable Officer – West Yorkshire

The CD Accountable Officer for Yorkshire and Humber region is Gazala Khan.

The mechanism for reporting controlled drugs incidents across Yorkshire and the Humber has been standardised and a web based reporting tool is now in use.  This has been designed and implemented to make the reporting of concerns and incidents much simpler and standardised to comply with the “Shipman recommendations”.  The web site has been live since 1st November 2017 and any reports received by the DSAO Central inbox after the 30th November 2017 will not be processed and will be returned to the sender to be processed online.

All reporters of controlled drug concerns / incidents will need to register to use the website.  There is no limit to the number of people from one organisation that can register on the website.

 

How To Register:  

Go to the website: https://www.cdreporting.co.uk/reporting/ and click on ‘register’. Enter your details and press submit. You now have log in details to the website.  

The website has a number of functions: 

  • Reporting incidents
  • Submitting quarterly occurrence reports – NHS Trusts, Hospitals & Hospices
  • Submitting controlled drug declarations – GP’s, dentists and private midwives
  • Destructions – Requesting an authorised witness to CD destruction. (Independent pharmacies, GPs.) - please note, this function is in development.
  • FAQs
  • User Forum
  • Access newsletters
  • Review all your CD submissions
  • Export your incidents into Microsoft Excel
  • Report an error/query via the ticket system. 

Support is available to help organisations and individuals during this transition to a solely web based tool. If you have any problems: 

  • with access to the website please contact the helpdesk on 0113 825 5238
  • with completing any of the forms please contact your local office on england.yhcdao@nhs.net
  • refer to the FAQ’s page on the website 
  • and are not covered by any of the above please contact the helpdesk 0113 825 5238
CD Reporting Introduction Letter - November 2017

 

Controlled Drugs: Approved Mandatory Requisition Form

From 30 November 2015 health professionals obtaining supplies of schedule 2 and schedule 3 controlled drugs in the community must use a new mandatory FP10CDF CD requisition form. The form must be used only when stocks of the relevant controlled drugs are to be obtained in the community, including wholesalers. The scope of the form includes pharmacy to pharmacy transfer of stocks. 

Additionally, the Home Office has approved new wording for instalment prescribing.  Click on the link below to view the letter from NHS England.

Controlled Drugs Letter Effective 30th November 2015

 

West Yorkshire Police Controlled Drug Liaison Officer 

The West Yorkshire Police Controlled Drug Liaison Officer contact is Helen Piper:

Helen.Piper@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk 

 

CD Governance Newsletters

CD Governance Newsletter - June 2015


To begin the process all reporters of controlled drug concerns / incidents will need to registerand this can be done from today.  There is no limit to the number of people from oneorganisation that can register on the website which will go live on the 1st November 2017.   Iam happy to receive incidents via the normal reporting channels in the interim for those ofyou who feel you need more time but hope that this is a step change for us all.  I hope to be ina position whereby the 30th November 2017 all organisations report all CD incidents to me viathe CD reporting tool.  Any reports received via the CDAO Central inbox after this date willnot be processed and returned for you to complete online.  High quality care for all, now and for future generations TO REGISTER  Go to the website:  www.cdreporting.co.uk and click on ‘register’. Enter your details and presssubmit. You now have log in details to the website.  The website has a number of functions:1.  Reporting incidents2.  Submitting quarterly occurrence reports – NHS Trusts, Hospitals & Hospices3.  Submitting controlled drug declarations – GP’s, dentists and private midwives4. Destructions – Requesting an authorised witness to CD destruction. (Independent pharmacies, GP’s.) PLEASE NOTE THIS FUNCTION IS IN DEVELOPMENT.   WEWILL NOTIFY YOU AS SOON AS THIS IS ACTIVE 5.  FAQ’s6.  User Forum7.  Access newsletters8.  Review all your CD submissions9.  Export your incidents into Microsoft Excel10. Report an error/query via the ticket system.  
 Support is available to help organisations and individuals during this transition to a solely webbased tool. If you have any problems:    with access to the website please contact the helpdesk on 0113 825 5238 with completing any of the forms please contact your local office on england.yhcdao@nhs.net   refer to the FAQ’s page on the website   and are not covered by any of the above please contact the helpdesk 0113 825 5238