MRPharmS. Principal pharmacist at the South West London Elective Orthopaedic Centre, Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust
Working together to improve prescribingSubscription
How interprofessional peer support will be promoted by the newly-expanded Association for Prescribers to improve the quality of prescribing across all healthcare settings.
Get together and learn something newSubscription
We can learn a great deal from colleagues throughout our daily practice. Learning in this way is often by example, yet many non-medical prescribers (NMPs) will rarely encounter other NMPs in the course of their work. So how can NMPs, who might feel quite isolated, create new learning relationships with those in similar roles?
The loose ends are sorted. Job doneSubscription
Training as a pharmacist prescriber costs the taxpayer money. It also requires considerable personal commitment for the pharmacist concerned, as well as support from his or her colleagues. Once obtained, what difference does this qualification make?
We must tackle the barriers to prescribingSubscription