Chapter One: Understanding Basic Pharmacology (John McKinnon).
Chapter Two: Patient Centred Planning and Concordance (John McKinnon).
Chapter Three: The Application of Ethical Frameworks to Prescribing (John McKinnon).
Chapter Four: The Public Health Context (John McKinnon).
Chapter Five: Clinical Governance (Ruth Goldstein).
Chapter Six: Collaborative Working and Clinical Management Plans (John McKinnon).
Chapter Seven: Consultation and Decision Making (Clare Allen).
Chapter Eight: Legislation, Regulation and Accountability in Prescribing (Jo West).
Chapter Nine: The Palliative Care Perspective (Yvonne Hopkins and Linda Bray).
Chapter Ten: The Mental Health Perspective (Stuart Kennedy).
Chapter Eleven: The Emergency Care Perspective (Ian Loveday and Richard Pilbery).
- The first book of its kind being written at the threshold of comprehensive non- medical prescribing.
- Patient-centred and written with all non medical health care professionals in mind.
- Addresses the principles and art of prescribing.
- It is the ideal companion for the prescribing student.
- The authors have a background in teaching and advanced practice in nursing, pharmacy, paramedic and legal practice in a wide range of settings.