Safe and effective prescribing is one of the pillars of medical practice but is much more complicated than it seems. Many new prescribers find prescribing extremely challenging, and a plethora of independent, multidisciplinary prescribers are also seeking guidance. However, pharmacology textbooks are rarely practical. They warn to 'take care when prescribing erythromycin to a patient on warfarin, as the INR may rise'. But what should the prescriber actually do? Surviving Prescribing fulfils an important need by offering practical advice for real-world prescribing problems. The book complements existing educational resources but adds a new perspective. Written by experienced contributors from a variety of professional backgrounds, the content speaks directly to the problems routinely seen in hospital prescribing. And all in one, pocket-sized volume. Whether revising for the national Prescribing Safety Assessment, preparing for starting on the wards, or looking for a quick reference guide, this book is an essential companion.
Dr Chris van Tulleken - Honorary Associate Professor, UCL, London
Ian Bates - Professor of Pharmacy Education, UCL School of Pharmacy, London
Nina L. Barnett - Consultant Pharmacist, London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust and NHS Specialist Pharmacy Service, and Visiting Professor, Kingston University, London
Sonya Shipley Source: Family Medicine
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