Supplementary prescribing: early experiences of pharmacists in Great Britain.

@article{George2006SupplementaryPE,
  title={Supplementary prescribing: early experiences of pharmacists in Great Britain.},
  author={Johnson George and Dorothy J. McCaig and Christine M. Bond and I. T. Scott Cunningham and H. Lesley Diack and Anne Mercer Watson and Derek Stewart},
  journal={The Annals of pharmacotherapy},
  year={2006},
  volume={40 10},
  pages={1843-50}
}
BACKGROUND Pharmacists in Great Britain can undertake supplementary prescribing (SP) after training at a higher education institution and completing a "period of learning in practice" in accordance with the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (RPSGB) curriculum. OBJECTIVE To explore SP pharmacists' early experiences of prescribing and their perceptions of the prescribing course. METHODS A questionnaire was mailed to all RPSGB prescribers (N = 518, on June 1, 2005; 30 used in pilot… CONTINUE READING

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