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|Title:||Nurse and pharmacist supplementary prescribing in the UK--a thematic review of the literature.|
|Citation:||HEALTH POLICY, 2008, 85 (3), pp. 277-292|
|Abstract:||Supplementary prescribing (SP) represents a recent development in non-medical prescribing in the UK, involving a tripartite agreement between independent medical prescriber, dependent prescriber and patient, enabling the dependent prescriber to prescribe in accordance with a patient-specific clinical management plan (CMP). The aim in this paper is to review, thematically, the literature on nurse and pharmacist SP, to inform further research, policy and education.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Sociology|
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