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Shared care for adult ADHD

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Dear NHS North Central London Integrated Care Board,

I’m requesting information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

I would like information on shared care agreements in general practice within your District, and therefore would be grateful if you would answer the following questions:

1. Have you issued any guidance to GP practices regarding signing shared care agreements for the prescribing of medication for adult ADHD?

2. Has your organisation implemented any formal (or informal) policy changes regarding GPs signing shared care agreements for the prescribing of medication adult ADHD?

3. Do you have any documented guidelines or protocols in place that outline the approach GPs should take regarding signing shared care agreements for the prescribing of medication for adult ADHD?

4. Can you provide any records indicating discussions, decisions, or considerations related to the provision of medication for adult ADHD?

5. Can you provide correspondence, meeting minutes, or any other relevant documentation discussing the provision of medication for adults with ADHD?

6. Have there been any complaints or concerns raised by healthcare professionals, staff, or patients regarding the limited provision of care for adults with ADHD?

Yours faithfully,

James Brown
ADHDadultUK

FOI (NHS NORTH CENTRAL LONDON ICB - 93C), NHS North Central London Integrated Care Board

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FOI (NHS NORTH CENTRAL LONDON ICB - 93C), NHS North Central London Integrated Care Board

James Brown

Dear James Brown,

RE: Freedom of Information request

I am writing to formally acknowledge your request for information regarding Shared care for ADHD which will be processed under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

I can confirm your request was received on 4 September 2023 by NHS North Central London Integrated Care Board (ICB). The reference for your request is shown below.

FOI.23.NCL 185 NHS North Central London ICB

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Yours sincerely,

Freedom of Information team

NHS North Central London Integrated Care Board

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FOI (NHS NORTH CENTRAL LONDON ICB - 93C), NHS North Central London Integrated Care Board

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James Brown

 

Dear James Brown,

 

I write further to your request FOI.23.NCL 185 (NHS North Central London
ICB)

 

In order for the ICB to identify and locate the information requested we
reasonably require clarification from you on the scope of your request.

 

Freedom of Information Act 2000, Section 16 stipulates a duty for a public
authority to provide advice and assistance when they receive an unclear or
ambiguous request.

 

Please provide clarification to the points below:

 

Please could you clarify the time period involved in your request.

 

In order for the ICB to search for the records requested, the ICB needs to
know the dates that the FOI request relates to.

 

Please could you clarify the extent of your request.

 

Until we receive this information from you, in line with current
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further, please do not hesitate to contact us quoting the reference number
above.

 

Kind Regards,

 

Freedom of Information Team

 

NHS North Central London Integrated Care Board

 

[1][email address]

 

                                                  

 

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Dear FOI (NHS NORTH CENTRAL LONDON ICB - 93C),

Thank you for your response. For clarification, a time frame of the 12 months prior to September 2023 (September 2022 - August 2023) would be sufficient.

Yours sincerely,

James Brown

FOI (NHS NORTH CENTRAL LONDON ICB - 93C), NHS North Central London Integrated Care Board

James Brown

Dear James Brown,

RE: FOI request - FOI.23.NCL 185 (NHS North Central London ICB)

Thank you for the clarification provided below.

Kind regards,

Freedom of Information Team

NHS North Central London Integrated Care Board

[email address]

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FOI (NHS NORTH CENTRAL LONDON ICB - 93C), NHS North Central London Integrated Care Board

2 Attachments

James Brown

 

Dear James Brown,

 

I write further to your request FOI.23.NCL 185 (NHS North Central London
ICB)

 

Thank you for the clarification provided below regarding the time period
of this FOI request. 

 

In order for the ICB to identify and locate the information requested we
reasonably require clarification from you on the scope of your request.

 

Freedom of Information Act 2000, Section 16 stipulates a duty for a public
authority to provide advice and assistance when they receive an unclear or
ambiguous request.

 

Please provide clarification to the points below:

 

Questions 4 and 5.

 

4. Can you provide any records indicating discussions, decisions, or
considerations related to the provision of medication for adult ADHD?

 

5. Can you provide correspondence, meeting minutes, or any other relevant
documentation discussing the provision of medication for adults with ADHD?

 

Please could you clarify the scope of these questions.

 

Do the questions relate only to NHS North Central London Integrated Care
Board (ICB)?

 

Or do these questions relate to North Central London partners and formal
Committees?

 

A list of the North Central London partners can be found at the website
link below:

 

[1]https://nclhealthandcare.org.uk/about/ou...

 

Please could you clarify the extent of your request.

 

Until we receive this information from you, in line with current
legislation your request will be placed on hold.

 

If you require any assistance, or would like to discuss your request
further, please do not hesitate to contact us quoting the reference number
above.

 

Kind Regards,

 

Freedom of Information Team

 

NHS North Central London Integrated Care Board

 

[2][email address]

 

                                                  

 

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