Table 2

Papers and reports with combined primary care and secondary care data

Complete reference

Country


Latter S, Blenkinsopp, A., Smith, A., Chapman, S., Tinelli, M., Gerard, K., Little, P., Celino, N., Granby, T., Nicholls, P., Dorer, G.: Evaluation of nurse and pharmacist independent prescribing. London: University of Southampton & Keele University; 2010 [26].

UK


Hoti K, Sunderland B, Hughes J, Parsons R: An evaluation of Australian pharmacist's attitudes on expanding their prescribing role. Pharmacy World & Science: PWS 2010, 32(5):610-621 [27].

Australia


Hacking S, and Taylor, J: An evaluation of the scope and practice of non-medical prescribing in the North West for NHS North West. Lancashire: School of Nursing & Caring Sciences, University of Central Lancashire 2010 [28].

UK


Hobson RJ, Scott J, Sutton J: Pharmacists and nurses as independent prescribers: exploring the patient's perspective. Family Practice 2009, 27(1):110-120 [29].

UK


Drennan J. NC, Allen D., Hyde A., Felle P., O'Boyle K., Treacy P., Butler M.: Independent Evaluation of the Nurse and Midwife Prescribing Initiative. Dublin: University College Dublin; 2009 [3].

Republic of Ireland


Courtenay M, Stenner K, Carey N: An exploration of the practices of nurse prescribers who care for people with diabetes: a case study. J Nursing & Healthcare of Chronic Illness 2009, 1(4):311-320 [30].

UK


Dunn SV, Cashin A, Buckley T, Newman C: Nurse practitioner prescribing practice in Australia. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners 2008, 22(3):150-155 [31].

Australia


Courtenay M, Carey N: Nurse independent prescribing and nurse supplementary prescribing practice: national survey. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2008, 61(3):291-299 [32].

UK


Courtenay M, Carey N: Preparing nurses to prescribe medicines for patients with diabetes: a national questionnaire survey. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2008, 61(4):403-412 [33].

UK


Cooper R, Anderson C, Avery T, Bissell P, Guillaume L, Hutchinson A, Lymn J, Murphy E, Ratcliffe J, Ward P: Stakeholders' views of UK nurse and pharmacist supplementary prescribing. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 2008, 13(4):215-221 [34].

UK


Bissell P, Cooper, R., Guillaume, L., Anderson, C., Avery, A., Hutchinson, A., James, V., Lymn, J., Marsden, E., Murphy, E., Ratcliffe, J., Ward, P., and Woolsey, I: An Evaluation of Supplementary Prescribing in Nursing and Pharmacy. London: Department of Health 2008 [35].

UK


Latter S, Maben J, Myall M, Young A, Baileff A: Focus. Evaluating prescribing competencies and standards used in nurse independent prescribers' prescribing consultations: an observation study of practice in England. Journal of Research in Nursing 2007, 12(1):7-28 [36].

UK


Latter S, Maben J, Myall M, Young A: Evaluating the clinical appropriateness of nurses' prescribing practice: method development and findings from an expert panel analysis. Quality & Safety in Health Care 2007, 16(6):415-421 [37].

UK


Courtenay M, Carey N, Burke J: Independent extended and supplementary nurse prescribing practice in the UK: a national questionnaire survey. International Journal Of Nursing Studies 2007, 44(7):1093-1101 [38].

UK


George J, McCaig DJ, Bond CM, Cunningham ITS, Diack HL, Watson AM, Stewart DC: Supplementary prescribing: early experiences of pharmacists in Great Britain. The Annals Of Pharmacotherapy 2006, 40(10):1843-1850 [39].

UK


Flenniken MC: Psychotropic prescriptive patterns among nurse practitioners in nonpsychiatric settings. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners 1997, 9(3):117-121 [40].

USA


Batey MV, Holland JM: Prescribing practices among nurse practitioners in adult and family health. American Journal of Public Health 1985, 75(3):258-262 [41].

USA


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