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  • When dispensing prescriptions for asthma inhalers community pharmacists could add a simple task to their routine and help manage asthma patients better.

    A simple intervention to help manage asthma patients Subscription

    When dispensing prescriptions for asthma inhalers, community pharmacists could add a small task to their routine to improve management of asthma patients.

  • Those with poor asthma control may not always attend asthma review appointments and community pharmacists could help find them.

    Identifying those with poor asthma control Subscription

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    People with poor asthma control may not always attend asthma review appointments and community pharmacists could help find them.

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    Working together to improve prescribing Subscription

    How interprofessional peer support will be promoted by the newly-expanded Association for Prescribers to improve the quality of prescribing across all healthcare settings.

  • Chris Dixon

    Get together and learn something new Subscription

    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?

  • Sue Robinson

    A reminder to expect the unexpected Subscription

    There are times in the clinic when a consultation will not go as expected, for all my preparation. I can spend up to an hour with each patient to ensure they have a good understanding of their new oral chemotherapy.

  • Chris Dixon

    We must tackle the barriers to prescribing Subscription

    Principal pharmacist at the South West London Elective Orthopaedic Centre, Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust 

  • Sue Robinson

    New ways to improve the patient experience Subscription

    Lead pharmacist for cancer and aseptic services at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust

  • Groundbreaking? No. Good value? Indeed Subscription

    Unlike many other independent prescribers, I?do not have a ward or clinic that I?cover routinely but work in various locations in intermediate and secondary care. Recently, I provided cover for our off-site intermediate care unit for older people, which provides step-up and step-down beds for prevention of hospital admission and early hospital discharge, respectively. There is no doctor on site and the nurse prescriber who leads the unit is available for limited hours.

  • Chris Dixon

    The loose ends are sorted. Job done Subscription

    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?

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