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Mismatched expectations: experiences of nurses returning to prescribing

If active prescribers using their qualification feel a lack of confidence, it could be deduced that this would be similar or increased for those who have not been actively using their qualification....

Setting up a drug treatment service in a COVID-protect hotel in inner London

The hotel was a five-storey building in one of the borough's more affluent areas. Core staff continued to work at the hotel, including domestic and reception staff. Initially catering was outsourced...

Prescribing challenges following bariatric surgery

Assistance was sought from the university library to conduct an exploratory literature search for relevant articles in English using the following terms: bariatric surgery; weight loss surgery;...

Prescribing practices of antimicrobial prophylaxis in older patients in the surgical wards

An audit-based retrospective study was carried out in the surgical wards of the main referral teaching hospital PIMS, Islamabad, Pakistan. This is a government-funded tertiary care teaching hospital...

Reducing drug errors by engaging student nurses in medication management simulation

The historical roots of simulation for the practice of skills, problem solving and judgment are evident in work carried out by Rosen (2008). McCaughey and Traynor (2010) have demonstrated that...

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