ARCHIVED July 2018: Development of tools for self-audit and peer review by pharmacist non-medical prescribers in non-acute settings

· Medicines Use and Safety Team

This project was established to enable selected groups of pharmacist independent prescribers (PIPs) to develop tools to enable self-audit and peer review. Four common areas of practice for PIPs were identified as HIV, hypertension, respiratory and anticoagulation; specific self-audit tools were developed and piloted with each group. Between October 2011 and March 2012 the tools were used by a total of 20 PIPs and data were collected and examined for a total of 691 patient contacts.

ARCHIVED July 2018. The content of this resource has not been updated since the publication date. Some information may be out of date and links to other documents or website may not work.

Cardiovascular system disordersInfection and infectious diseasesPrimary CareResearch and AuditsRespiratory disordersSexual health

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