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    Evaluate the non medical influences on prescribing practice. In the UK‚ nurse prescribing was born out of the need to increase efficiency in the NHS by making best use of its resources. Nurse-led services are one means of improving healthcare provision and a string of legislative change has gradually broadened the scope of nurse prescribing in the UK. (Courtenay et al 2007). The role expansion of nurses to meet efficiency targets has meant that nurse-led services in the healthcare setting are

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    Prescribing in practice

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    Critical analysis of prescribing episode Introduction The following assignment will discuss and analyse a prescribing episode‚ within practice‚ furthermore will outline safe prescribing from the Nurse Prescribing Formulary (NPF‚ 2013-2015).To be able to analyse and reflect on my new role as Community Practitioner Nurse Prescriber (CPNP) I will use Gibbs (1988) reflective model and a structure that will allow the use of a consultation model (Appendix1‚Fig1). The focus on prescribing within nursing

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    Within this assignment it is intended to present an example of a prescribing situation that arose in practice‚ to ensure prescribing issues are illustrated. The rationale for the decisions reached will also be discussed. A brief overview of the nurse prescribing initiative and how it developed will be addressed. The importance of ethical principles‚ accountability and legal issues that surround nurse prescribing will be demonstrated. As a patient will be addressed in the example‚ a pseudonym will

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    The aim of this assignment is to demonstrate the use of safe and effective prescribing in practice. I will achieve this by presenting and analysing a prescribing scenario which I have encountered in my current area of practice within a District Nursing Team. During the case study the patient I have chosen will be referred to as Jean. This is to maintain her anonymity in line with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (2008) guidelines of confidentiality. I feel it is important for the purpose

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    Electronic Prescribing

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    Electronic Prescribing (ePrescribing) Introduction Electronic prescribing (ePrescribing) systems can help improve the safety and efficiency of healthcare by aiding the choice‚ prescribing‚ administration and supply of medicines. Electronic prescribing‚ often abbreviated to e-prescribing or “eRx”‚ is a form of computer-based physician order entry (CPOE‚ also referred to as computerized provider order entry and computerized prescription order entry). The safety and effectiveness of ePrescribing

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    Identify non medical incidents that may occur in the work place. Emergency - An emergency could be if a child goes missing‚ if someone leaves a door open and they can get out of the building or when they go on a school trip a child could walk off without anyone knowing. Fire- A fire could start in the kitchen if any of their equipment is faulty or if there is faulty wiring throughout the building. Security- A security incident could occur if you do not cover the pin code

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    Unit 3 MO250 Medical Records Management EHR’s and E-prescribing An electronic health record‚ or EHR makes creating‚ updating‚ and maintaining medication information more efficient. Using EHR’s can update medication information immediately‚ so that a provider knows not to prescribe a conflicting medication. EHR’s also give all providers access to any medication allergies a patient might have‚ preventing any medication conflictions. EHR’s transmit prescription information electronically

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    Case Study As my learning needs and areas of development have been identified within my portfolio‚ the following case study will focus on the assessment and prescribing process for a 64 year old lady with a history of venous leg ulcers. The identified patient‚ who will be known as Jane to maintain confidentiality (NMC‚ 2008) was chosen due to the high number of patients who have venous leg ulcers that are nursed by community teams. Approximately 1-2% of adults will have a leg ulcer at some point

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    The prescribing pyramid (National Prescribing Centre‚ 1999) is a stepwise approach that has involves seven stages (1-7)‚ and each stage should be considered carefully before climbing to the next: Consider the patient. Which strategy should be used? Consider a choice of product Negotiate a contract Review the patient Record keeping Reflection With regard the oral thrush infection‚ the patient had a full history taken and clinical examination. A holistic viewpoint that took into account the

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    Statement of Awareness in the Differences in Child and Adult Prescribing ‘Only nurses with relevant knowledge‚ competence‚ skills and experience in nursing children should prescribe for children. This is particularly important in primary care (e.g. out of hours‚ walk-in clinics and general practice settings). Any one prescribing for a child in these situations must be able to demonstrate competence in prescribing for children and refer to another prescriber when working outside their level of

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