if it is a prescription for an Appliance, the Appliance is listed in Part IX of the Drug Tariff; and
if it is a prescription for a Restricted Availability Appliance:
the Patient is a person of a description mentioned in the entry in Part IX of the Drug Tariff in respect of that Appliance,
the Appliance is prescribed only for the purposes specified in respect of that person in that entry, and
when giving the prescription, he endorses the face of the form with the reference “SLS”.
In Clause 8.16.1 “clinical management plan” means a written plan (which may be amended from time to time) relating to the treatment of an individual Patient agreed by:
the Patient to whom the plan relates;
the medical practitioner or dentist who is a party to the plan; and
any Supplementary Prescriber who is to prescribe, give directions for administration or administer under the plan.
In relation to any time from the coming into force of any regulations made by the Secretary of State under section 2(2) of the European Communities Act 1972 to implement Directive 2001/83/EC on the Community code relating to medicinal products for human use, Clause 8.15.6(b) shall be read as if it referred to a clinical trial which has been authorised, or is treated as having been authorised by the Licensing Authority for the purposes of those Regulations.
Where the Contractor is responsible under the Contract for the treatment of ten (10) or more persons in a school or other institution in which at least twenty (20) persons normally reside, and a Prescriber orders, for any two (2) or more of those persons for whose treatment the Contractor is responsible, drugs, medicines or Appliances to which this Clause 8.18 and Clause 8.19 apply, the Prescriber may use a single Prescription Form for the purpose.
27 Clauses 8.18 to 8.20 are required by APMS Direction 5(1)(d)