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Practical Prescribing for Medical Students

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Informationen zum Autor Helen Bradbury is Senior Lecturer at the University of Leeds working in both education and healthcare. She... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor Helen Bradbury is Senior Lecturer at the University of Leeds working in both education and healthcare. She is the programme leader for the Masters in Clinical Education and has published on reflective practice and e-learning. Helen worked in the NHS for 20 years as a hospital pharmacist before commencing her academic career. Barry Strickland-Hodge is Head of the Medicines Management Academic Unit and Senior Pharmacy Lecturer at the University of Leeds School of Healthcare leading on independent and supplementary prescribing. He was formerly an adviser in the Medicines and Prescribing Team of Newham PCT and has published widely in prescribing and pharmacy. He was designated Fellow of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain in 2008. Klappentext Learning to prescribe is an essential part of medical training. Due to various high profile serious prescribing errors, the GMC have introduced stricter prescribing standards which medical students must meet in order to graduate. This book helps medical students learn the essentials of safe prescribing practice, and is aimed directly at their needs. It covers all the aspects of prescribing required by the GMC, including principles of prescribing, law and ethics, professional responsibilities, patient communication, at-risk groups, avoiding common errors and what to do when things go wrong.Key features: Directly linked to the prescribing competencies in the GMC's Tomorrow's Doctors and Good Practice in Prescribing Medicines Real-life prescribing case studies and scenarios relate the principles to actual practice and placement situations Activities throughout each chapter for testing prescribing knowledge and skills Test questions for the new Prescribing Skills Assessment to help students prepare and be confident that they can pass. Zusammenfassung This book helps medical students learn the essentials of safe prescribing practice! and prepare for their prescribing exams. Inhaltsverzeichnis Introduction: The Challenge of Prescribing - Arnold Zermansky Communication and Patient Collaboration - Catherine Gill and Monica Murphy Law, Ethics and Professional Responsibilities in Prescribing Practice - Monica Murphy and Catherine Gill Evidenced-Based Practice and Keeping up to Date - Andy Hutchinson and Jonathan Underhill Working with Others - Greg Heath and Helen Bradbury Medicines Requiring Particular Care - Natalie Bryars Prescribing for Specialist Patient Groups - Daniel Greer Common Errors - David Alldred Adverse Drug Reactions - Barry Strickland-Hodge Drug Interactions - Barry Strickland-Hodge ...

Klappentext

Learning to prescribe is an essential part of medical training. Due to various high profile serious prescribing errors, the GMC have introduced stricter prescribing standards which medical students must meet in order to graduate. This book helps medical students learn the essentials of safe prescribing practice, and is aimed directly at their needs. It covers all the aspects of prescribing required by the GMC, including principles of prescribing, law and ethics, professional responsibilities, patient communication, at-risk groups, avoiding common errors and what to do when things go wrong. Key features:

  • Directly linked to the prescribing competencies in the GMC's Tomorrow's Doctors and Good Practice in Prescribing Medicines
  • Real-life prescribing case studies and scenarios relate the principles to actual practice and placement situations
  • Activities throughout each chapter for testing prescribing knowledge and skills
  • Test questions for the new Prescribing Skills Assessment to help students prepare and be confident that they can pass.



Zusammenfassung
This book helps medical students learn the essentials of safe prescribing practice, and prepare for their prescribing exams.

Inhalt

Introduction: The Challenge of Prescribing - Arnold Zermansky
Communication and Patient Collaboration - Catherine Gill and Monica Murphy
Law, Ethics and Professional Responsibilities in Prescribing Practice - Monica Murphy and Catherine Gill
Evidenced-Based Practice and Keeping up to Date - Andy Hutchinson and Jonathan Underhill
Working with Others - Greg Heath and Helen Bradbury
Medicines Requiring Particular Care - Natalie Bryars
Prescribing for Specialist Patient Groups - Daniel Greer
Common Errors - David Alldred
Adverse Drug Reactions - Barry Strickland-Hodge
Drug Interactions - Barry Strickland-Hodge

Produktinformationen

Titel: Practical Prescribing for Medical Students
Editor:
EAN: 9781446256404
ISBN: 978-1-4462-5640-4
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: SAGE Publications Ltd
Genre: Medizin
Anzahl Seiten: 184
Gewicht: 334g
Größe: H245mm x B180mm x T11mm
Jahr: 2013