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Pharmacists as Prescribers:The UK experience

Type Conference
Language English
Date June 11, 2007 to
July 11, 2007
Venue Sheraton Hotel, Schipol Airport

Amsterdam ,
Chemistry Specialties
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Chemistry Techniques
  • other
Contact Julie Churchhill
1 Lambeth High Street
London, SE17 7JN
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by Lisa Gilbert last modified 02-20-07 12:46 AM

This Conference will provide, in one day, an introduction to the current experience in the UK of pharmacist prescribing – why UK pharmacists were keen to take this step, and, from the practising viewpoint, how pharmacist prescribers have responded to the challenge of providing a significant new professional service to patients and medical colleagues. Speakers will describe how pharmacy organisations within the UK worked together to take the prescribing agenda forward and how, as they did this, we learnt from the way the nurses in the UK had gained prescribing rights.

Be informed about the UK experience of pharmacist prescribing, in particular: • Why UK pharmacists were keen to take this step • Prescribing in practice • How pharmacist prescribers have responded to the challenge offered


Learn from an expert panel, including speakers from: • Department of Health, England • Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain • London East & South East Specialist Pharmacy Service • Monkfield Medical Practice • Pembridge Palliative Care Centre


Registration fees: €295 (Fees are inclusive of lunch, refreshments and course documentation) REGISTER BEFORE 31 MARCH 2007 FOR THE REDUCED EARLY BIRD FEE OF €245

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