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Independent and Supplementary Prescribing At a Glance

Hill, Barry / Mitchell, Aby (Herausgeber)

Wiley Series on Cognitive Dynamic Systems


1. Auflage Dezember 2022
144 Seiten, Softcover

ISBN: 978-1-119-83791-6
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Independent and Supplementary Prescribing At a Glance

The market-leading at a Glance series is popular among healthcare students and newly qualified practitioners for its concise, simple approach and excellent illustrations.

Each bite-sized chapter is covered in a double-page spread with clear, easy-to-follow diagrams, supported by succinct explanatory text.

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Independent and Supplementary Prescribing At a Glance is an accessible and practical resource for healthcare students looking to become independent and supplementary prescribers. Each part of the book is mapped against a recognised prescribing framework published by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) for all Registered Healthcare Professionals, and addresses NMC and HCPC regulatory body requirements. The text presents full-colour images, a user-friendly approach to key prescribing topics, and a structure that allows readers to dip-in and out as needed, appealing to a variety of learning styles.

Topics include:
* Professional, legal, and ethical prescribing considerations; independent and supplementary prescribing; critical thinking and clinical reasoning; exploring interventions and differential diagnosis
* Non-pharmacological approaches and pharmacological treatment options; prescribing reference guides, medication selection and how to prescribe
* Holistic assessment, quality of life, and evidence-based practice; public health, infection prevention and control; consultation models and principles of history taking and physical examination skills
* Building relationships, inclusive prescribing and informed choices; medicine optimisation, adverse reactions, and prescribing generic products

Independent and Supplementary Prescribing At a Glance is a comprehensive and complete learning and study resource for Registered Nurses, Registered Midwives, Physician Associates and Healthcare Professionals who want to become independent prescribers within the UK.

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Contributors vii

Preface x

Part 1 Prescribing 1

1 Scope of Practice NMP 2

2 Professional, legal, and ethical issues 4

3 Independent and supplementary prescribing 6

4 Community practitioner nurse prescriber (V150/V100) 8

5 Critical thinking and clinical reasoning 10

6 Exploring interventions 12

7 Evidence-based diagnosis 14

8 Referring to other members of the multidisciplinary team 16

9 Clinical management plans 18

Part 2 Consideration of non-pharmacological and pharmacological interventions 21

10 Non-pharmacological approaches 22

11 Pharmacological treatment options 24

12 Prescribing reference guides 26

13 Medication selection 28

14 How to prescribe 30

15 Risk benefit assessment 32

16 Pharmacodynamics 34

17 Pharmacokinetics 36

18 Holistic assessment 38

19 Quality of life 40

20 Evidence-based practice 42

21 Medicines and public health 44

22 Infection prevention and control 46

Part 3 Advanced history taking and examination 49

23 Consultation models 50

24 Principles of history taking and physical examination skills 52

25 Preparation for objective structured clinical examination 54

26 History taking for patients who lack mental capacity 58

27 Prescribing and the mental capacity act 60

28 Skin history taking and physical examination 62

29 Neurological history taking and physical examination 64

30 Head, ears, eyes, nose, and throat 66

31 Lymph node assessment 68

32 Endocrine history taking and physical examination 70

33 Respiratory 72

34 Cardiovascular history taking and physical examination 74

35 Abdominal history taking and physical examination for non-medical prescribers 76

36 Genitourinary system history taking and physical examination 78

37 Musculoskeletal history taking and physical examination 80

Part 4 Shared Decision-making 83

38 Equality, diversity, and inclusion 84

39 Concordance 86

40 Building relationships 88

41 Inclusive prescribing and informed choices 90

42 Medicine's optimisation 92

43 Social prescribing 94

Part 5 Prescribing Practice 97

44 Adverse drug reactions 98

45 Frameworks and guidelines 100

46 Prescribing generic products 102

47 Medication calculations 104

48 Non-medical authorisation of blood components 106

49 Electronic prescribing 108

Part 6 Patient education and health promotion 111

50 Unlicensed medicines 112

51 Record-keeping and data management 114

52 Adherence 116

53 Patients recognising deterioration 118

54 Patients' responsibility and self-management 120

References 122

Index 129
Barry Hill has been a registered nurse for 17 years and is skilled in acute and critical care. He worked in general, cardiac and neuro trauma ICU at Imperial College NHS trust and progressed from staff nurse to a surgical matron. Barry began working as a clinical mentor in intensive care nursing in 2006 and has worked in Higher Education teaching both undergraduate and postgraduate students since 2014. His key areas of interest are acute and critical care, clinical skills, pharmacology, and advanced level practice. Barry has published widely in journals and books and is a Senior Fellow with the Higher Education Academy.

Aby Mitchell, Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing, and Professional Lead for Simulation and Immersive Technologies, University of West London, UK. Aby started her nursing career in 1998 in her local general hospital, working as a staff nurse within a burns and plastics and head and neck cancer unit. In 1999, she moved into district nursing and developed a special interest in tissue viability and palliative care. Aby has worked in Higher Education since 2014, teaching both undergraduate and postgraduate students. She is now professional lead for simulation and immersive technologies at the University of West London.

B. Hill, Northumbria University, UK; A. Mitchell, University of West London, UK