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The British National Formulary (BNF) app has been developed to provide easy access to the latest up-to-date prescribing information from the most widely-used medicines information resources within the NHS. Available for iOS and Android devices. Click on the link to find out more.
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society has updated its Competency Framework for all Prescribers, which sets out what good prescribing looks like across all health professions. The framework is for all regulators, professional bodies, education providers, prescribing professions and patients/carers to use.
These standards underpin the principles of prescribing practice within the context of the full scope of nursing/midwifery practice. These must be read in conjunction with the accompanying circulars on the NMC website as some have been changed/replaced.
Medicines optimisation looks at the value which medicines deliver, making sure they are clinically-effective and cost-effective. It is about ensuring people get the right choice of medicines, at the right time, and are engaged in the process by their clinical team.
CKS provides primary care practitioners with a readily accessible summary of the current evidence base and practical guidance on best practice in respect of over 330 common and/or significant primary care presentations.
Provides free access to the ‘Cochrane Reviews’, which bring together research on the effects of health care and are considered to be the ‘gold standard’ for determining the relative effectiveness of different health interventions).