Association for Paediatric Palliative Medicine Formulary 2024 (6th edition)  

This latest edition represents a substantive revision from the previous version. 
 
The entire formulary has been reviewed and updated incorporating recent published literature, specialist advice and feedback from formulary users. Many of the monographs have been extensively rewritten and references have been brought up to date. The formulary has also been completely reformatted, including greater use of tables and with the aim of improving clarity and navigability. 
 
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Important changes include: 
 
Substantially revised or reformatted opioid equivalence tables including new recommended approximate equi-analgesic ratios for morphine, diamorphine and oxycodone 
Use of a QR code to link the printed formulary directly to the APPM Website for updates and supplementary information 
 
As ever the formulary editorial team welcomes feedback, comments, suggestions, and recommendations from healthcare professionals in the UK and across the world. Please email mail to: Lynda.Brook@alderhey.nhs.uk 
 

Associated Documents 

The APPM Master Formulary is available to purchase (see below) or download (274 pages).  
 
If you download a copy and would like to be kept aware of any amendments to the Formulary, please email admin@appm.org.uk and you will be added to the mailing list. 
 
Translated versions of the APPM Master Formulary 
 
The APPM formulary was previously translated into Greek, Ukranian and Russian. Use of out of date editions of the Formulary is generally not recommended as dosing recommendations change. 
 
A German Translation of the APPM Formulary 6th Edition 2024 is in development 
Work is also beginning on an international version of the APPM Formulary 
These will be available to download from the APPM Website 
Hard copies of the APPM Formulary 2024 (Version 6) (in A5 size and wire bound) are available for £20 plus P&P. 
 
 
Please submit your details using the form and we will be in touch with payment details. Your email will be retained so that we may inform you of any updates or amendments.  
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