Includes bibliographical references (p. 46-48).
|Statement||developed by James Buchan and Lynn Calman ; for the International Council of Nurses.|
|Series||New approaches, new challenges. Trends and issues in nursing -- 16, New approaches, new challenges -- no. 16.|
|Contributions||Buchan, James, 1958-, Calman, Lynn., International Council of Nurses.|
|LC Classifications||RT42 .B8152 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||2006282748|
, English, Book edition: Implementing nurse prescribing: an updated review of current practice internationally / developed by James Buchan and Lynn Calman for the International Council of Nurses. Buchan, James, Request PDF | Implementing nurse prescribing: A case study in diabetes | This paper is a report of a study exploring the views of nurses and team members on the implementation of nurse prescribing. Introduction. The concept of non‐medical prescribing (NMP) had its genesis in the Cumberlege Report in , which suggested that community nurses should be able to prescribe some medication as part of routine patient care. 1 Historically, prescribing had been solely the domain of physicians, 2 the establishment of the Advisory Group on Nurse Prescribing in led to two reviews in. Improving patient's access to medicines: A guide to implementing nurse and pharmacist independent prescribing within the NHS in England. London: DoH; Ball J. Implementing nurse prescribing. Switzerland: International Council of Nurses; Culley F. Professional considerations for nurse prescribers. Nursing Standard. ; 24 (43)–
Nurses! Test Yourself in Non-medical Prescribing is the essential self-test resource for nurses studying a prescribing qualification and preparing for exams.. The book includes over questions including full answers and explanations. The book includes: True or false questions ; Multiple choice questions ; Fill in the blanks questionsReviews: The archived document from the Department of Health Improving patients' access to medicines: A guide to implementing nurse and pharmacist independent prescribing within the NHS in England-discusses the responsibility and accountability of prescribers. Further Support. GMC Prescribing guidance: Remote prescribing via telephone, video-link or online. Oldknow H et al () Independent nurse prescribing for older people’s mental health. Nurse Prescribing; 8: 2, Page D et al () Introducing nurse prescribing in a memory clinic. Dementia; 7: 1, The demands by patients for a more streamlined, accessible and flexible service (Department of Health (DoH) ), demands for the integration of services (DoH ) and a high-quality accountable service, and demands for roles which extend beyond traditional boundaries acknowledging the range of knowledge and skills held by practitioners and offering them the opportunity to achieve their full.
Extending independent nurse prescribing within the NHS in England: A guide for implementation. Edition 1. London: The Stationery Office; DH/Medicines, Pharmacy & Industry/Clinical & Cost Effectiveness: Improving Patients’ Access to Medicines. A Guide to Implementing Nurse and Pharmacist Independent Prescribing within the NHS in England. METHOD All nurses who undertook a nurse prescribing course in one university in the West Midlands during were invited to participate in the study. A item questionnaire was used to gather data on demographics, expectations of nurse prescribing, personal and professional development and perceived education needs. Improving Access to Medicines: a Guide to Implementing Nurse and Pharmacist Independent Prescribing within the NHS in England. London: DoH. Drucquer, M., Hutchinson, S. Buchan J, Calman L. Implementing nurse prescribing: a gem of a book in Clinical The introduction of nurse prescribing throughout Scotland in the primary care setting has proved to be an.