Self-administration of medicines policies
1. Does your Trust have a self-administration of medicines policy for competent patients? Yes/ No
a. If yes, please provide a copy of this policy?
b. If yes, please outline whether this policy applies to all hospital sites and all wards, or specify the sites or wards to which it applies?
c. If no, are you planning to introduce this policy in 2017/18? Yes/ No

2. If you have a policy please provide details of the use of the self-administration of medicines policy? This includes:
a. How are your staff informed about this policy?
b. How is the implementation of this policy monitored across the hospitals in your Trust?

3. If you do not have a self-administration of medicines policy, why is this? [Please let us know of any barriers to introducing a policy in your Trust].

Carers visiting hours
4. Do you currently have a policy which allows carers to visit the person they care for outside of visiting hours? Yes/ No
a. If yes, please provide a copy of this policy.
b. If yes, please outline whether this policy applies to all hospital sites and all wards, or specify the sites or wards to which it applies..
c. If no, are you planning to introduce a policy in 2017/18? Yes/ No
d. If no, please outline any work that your Trust is undertaking with a view to enabling carers to visit the person they care for outside visiting hours?

5. If you have a policy, please provide details of the use of the policy to allow carers to visit outside of traditional visiting hours? This includes:
a. How are your staff informed about this policy?
b. How is the implementation of this policy monitored across the hospitals in your Trust?

6. If you do not have a policy which allows carers to visit the person they care for outside of visiting hours, why is this? [Please let us know of any barriers to introducing a policy in your Trust].

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