Prescribing Skills Workbook is the ideal way for students and junior doctors to practice prescribing. The book features 45 exercises, each one carefully chosen to test the reader’s grasp of a key principle, such as managing a patient on warfarin. Each exercise begins with a short clinical scenario; next, the reader is invited to fill in a realistic, life-size chart in response; an answer section follows containing the correctly completed chart, together with a summary of the main clinical and educational aspects of the exercise. · A unique resource for medical students and junior doctors to improve their understanding of the principles of safe prescribing and practice filling out a drug chart correctly · 45 life-size charts replicate the experience of completing a prescription, with 45 corresponding charts filled out correctly to compare, identify and rectify errors · DRUGCHARTS mnemonic systematically highlights the key items to consider when prescribing · Key points boxes highlight the main learning objectives · Introductory chapter includes tips for safe prescribing

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Author(s)Daniel Norton and Nicholas Norton and Jane Caisley and Rosie Furner and Elizabeth Hamilton
PublisherJaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
Edition1st Edition
Publish YearJanuary 2014