Nurse prescribing and the PCI specialist nurse role

Callaghan, Sarah
July 2011
British Journal of Cardiac Nursing;Jul2011, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p350
Academic Journal
The author presents a personal narrative of her experiences as a percutaneous coronary intervention nurse (PCI SpN) nurse dealing with topics such as her introduction and utilization of non-medical prescribing in the care setting and its development benefits for both patient and service provision.


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