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Can a pharmacist change a prescription to generic UK?
Currently, a GP branded prescription cannot be switched by a pharmacist to a generic substitute – but a GP generic prescription can be swapped for a branded one. “That may simply be because the pharmacist has issues with stock shortages or drugs going out of date. Jun 10, 2016
Can pharmacists give prescriptions? dentists – who may prescribe medication to treat a condition affecting your teeth. ... pharmacist independent prescribers – who can prescribe any medicine for any medical condition within their competence, including some controlled medicines (except diamorphine, cocaine and dipipanone for the treatment of addiction)
Can a pharmacist change a prescription? Answer: The pharmacist may add or change the patient's address upon verification. The pharmacist may add or change the dosage form, drug strength, drug quantity, directions for use, or issue date only after consultation with and agreement of the prescribing practitioner.

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What is a c2 prescription? C2 is one of several categories of drugs known as controlled substances. A C2 drug (also known as a Schedule II substance or C-II drug) is considered to have a high potential for abuse. It is a drug that has been accepted for medical use in the U.S. or has been accepted for medical use with severe restrictions.