clinical management plan

clinical management plan

A UK term of art for a written or electronic therapeutic plan relating to a named patient which may in specified cases allow supplementary prescribing.
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We had an excellent range of speakers; Peter Frampton, an independent optometrist from Northumberland, gave two fascinating lectures on immunology and how to put together a clinical management plan.
Knowing that it is or isn't the cause can provide a certain level of peace, and direction to a clinical management plan.
After seeing the results, 87% of physicians said they would change at least one thing in their clinical management plan.
Supplementary prescribing is defined as a "voluntary prescribing partnership" between an independent prescriber and a supplementary prescriber, to implement an agreed patient-specific clinical management plan with the patient's agreement.
The independent prescriber - usually a doctor or dentist - is responsible for setting the parameters of the clinical management plan.
Winterton says such collaborations will ensure delivery of a clinical management plan tailored to the individual needs of patients.
Under the program a pharmacist supplementary prescriber will work in partnership with a doctor (or dentist) and a patient to provide and implement a clinical management plan appropriate to the patient's needs.
Within my practice a diagnosis and clinical management plan is quickly prepared for every acute presentation.
Supplementary prescribing is defined as, 'a voluntary prescribing partnership between an independent prescriber and a supplementary prescriber, to implement an agreed patient-specific clinical management plan with the patient's agreement'.
Before any medicines can be prescribed, the GP and I produce a clinical management plan, which details which medicines I can prescribe and at what dose.
Usually, the reviewing physician is considered, quite accurately, a hired gun whose job is to place obstacles in the path of carefully thought-out clinical management plans, with no concern for what is best for the patient.
Chapter Six: Collaborative Working and Clinical Management Plans (John McKinnon).

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