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For Staff - Patient Group Directions (PGDs) 2016

Patient Group Directions (PGDs) are legal documents that enable healthcare professionals to administer and supply medication in an identified clinical situation where the patient may not be individually identified before presenting for treatment. For most clinical situations the preferred method is for an appropriately qualified healthcare professional to prescribe for an individual patient on a one-to-one basis. In order to comply with the necessary clinical governance arrangements NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde must be aware of all PGDs in use. The PGDs on this website are for reference purposes only. For any enquiries relating to the use and authorisation of PGDs please contact Gavin Gorman, Non Medical Prescribing Lead NHS GGC [email protected]

The links below will open up current NHSGGC PGDs for vaccines. These are for viewing only and should not be copied for use in clinical settings.  

PGD MenB 2015

PGD PCV - Updated 2015

PGD Paracetamol Suspension (with Men B (Bexsero)) 2015

PGD Seasonal Influenza Vaccine 2016/17   Appendix - Flu Vaccine Allergy Chart 2016

PGD Live Attenuated Intranasal Influenza Vaccine - Updated 2016

PGD Rotavirus - Updated 2016

PGD MenC - Updated 2015

PGD MenACWY 2015

PGD MMR - Updated 2015

PGD Repevax or Infanrix-IPV - Updated 2016 

PGD Boostrix-IPV - Updated 2016

PGD Revaxis - Updated 2016  

PGD Pedicael or Infanrix IPV Hib - Updated 2016

PGD Hib/MenC - Updated 2016

PGD Polysaccharide Pneumococcal Vaccine - Updated 2016

PGD Paediatric Hep B - Updated 2016

PGD Gardasil - Updated 2016 

PGD Hep A - Updated 2016

PGD Hep B - Updated 2016

PGD Zostavax - Updated 2016  Appendix 1 - Screening Tool  Local Authorisation Form 

PGD Hep A&B - Updated 2016

PGD BCG - Updated 2015

PGD Hep A 2016

PGD Hep A & Typhoid 2016

PGD Tick Borne Encephalitis 2016 

PGD Rabies 2016