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Physician assistants (PAs) have medical training and work supervised by a doctor. In 2006-2008 the Scottish Government piloted use of USA-trained PAs. The aim of the paper is to evaluate the impact and contribution made by PAs to delivering effective health care in National Health Service (NHS) Scotland. Mixed methods, longitudinally, including interviews,… (More)
Peer support is unique in the mental health field because peer specialists provide a role model of recovery to both staff and people in recovery. Peer support as an evidencebased practice is reviewed. A personal recovery story and the experience of working as a certified peer specialist are shared to show the power peer supporters have in transforming the… (More)
Hospital pharmacists have always been responsible for drug distribution and control processes in the hospital. What has changed in recent years is the demand for increased financial accountability. Directors of pharmacy must now be as effective at managing personnel and other resources as they are at directing clinical activities.