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Non-Medical Prescribing in Healthcare Practice

A Toolkit for Students and Practitioners

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This text offers a contemporary insight into non-medical prescribing initiatives in everyday situations, covering the latest phase in this ever-evolving field of professional practice. With contributors from a variety of...

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This text offers a contemporary insight into non-medical prescribing initiatives in everyday situations, covering the latest phase in this ever-evolving field of professional practice. With contributors from a variety of health professions, this practical text examines prescribing as it stands now, how it may develop in the future.

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Completely up-to-date, including coverage of the outcomes of the consultation
Includes contributions from leading figures in the field and a foreword by Baroness Cumberlege
Includes chapters on Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, and a section on user perspectives

Foreword; Lady Cumberlege
Introduction; D.Brookes & A.Smith
PART ONE: IMPLEMENTATION OF INDEPENDENT AND SUPPLEMENTARY PRESCRIBING IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
Chapter 1: Implementation Across the United Kingdom
Policy Background; M.Courtenay & M.Griffiths
Implementation in Scotland; I.Rutherford & A.Sherry
Implementation in Northern Ireland; C.Mason & A.Glenn
Implementation in England; M.Courtenay & M.Griffiths
Implementation in Wales; F.Irvine & C.Kirkham
Chapter 2: Educational Preparation for the Prescribing Role; S.Topper
Chapter 3: Prescribing Partnerships; H.Crawley
Chapter 4: Government Targets: Getting the Best from Non-Medical Prescribing; S.Tinson
PART TWO: NURSING AND MIDWIFERY PERSPECTIVES ON INDEPENDENT AND SUPPLEMENTARY PRESCRIBING
Chapter 5: Walk-in Centre Perspectives; R.Lonsdale
Chapter 6: District Nursing Perspectives; S.Dundon & D.Brookes
Chapter 7: Midwifery Perspectives; J.Prior
Chapter 8: Health Visitor Perspectives; J.Davies
Chapter 9: Mental Health Nursing Perspectives; S.Sherring & A.Rendall
Chapter 10: School Nursing Perspectives; J.Rosalie .- Chapter 11: Community Matron Perspectives; D.Brookes
PART THREE: ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS AND SUPPLEMENTARY PRESCRIBING
Chapter 12: Pharmacy and Prescribing; A.Alexander
Chapter 13: Physiotherapy and Prescribing; P.Robinson
Chapter 14: Podiatry and Prescribing; D.Birkinshaw
Chapter 15: Radiography and Prescribing; J.Cameron .- PART FOUR: DEVELOPMENTS IN PRACTICE
Chapter 16: Implementing Prescribing in Secondary Care; R.Oliver-Williams
Chapter 17: Prescribing in Nurse Triage Situations; S.Garratt
Chapter 18: Patient Group Directions, Independent and Supplementary Prescribing; M.Brownsell
Chapter 19: Maintaining Competency in Prescribing; M.Smith <& A.Smith
Chapter 20: Patient Reflection on Nurse Prescribing; Anon
Chapter 21: Consultation Skills; R.Lonsdale
Chapter 22: The Future; D.Brookes & A.Smith
Appendix 1: Routes of Administration for Controlled Drugs Prescribable by Nurse Independent Prescribers for Specified Indications Only
Appendix 2:
Appendix 3: The Twelve Principles of Writing a Prescription
Index.

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DAWN BROOKES Community Matron in Ilkeston and previously Clinical Practice Lecturer, University of Reading, UK.

ANNE SMITH Director of Nursing Studies, University of Reading, UK.

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DAWN BROOKES Community Matron in Ilkeston and previously Clinical Practice Lecturer, University of Reading, UK.

ANNE SMITH Director of Nursing Studies, University of Reading, UK.

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