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An evaluation of an educational intervention (physical assessment module), for the non medical workforce to provide unscheduled services across the primary and secondary sector in one SHA. Final report submitted to Skills for Health and Surrey and Sussex Strategic Health Authority (now NHS South East Coast).

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An evaluation of an educational intervention (physical assessment module), for the non medical work force to efficiently provid An evaluation of an educational intervention (physical assessment module), for the non medical work force to provide unscheduled services across the primary and secondary sector in one SHA Final Report July 2008 Julie Scholes Centre for Nursing and Midwifery Research, University of Brighton Annie Chellel, Schools of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Brighton Wesley Scott-Smith, Institute of Post Graduate Medicine, Universities of Brighton and Sussex Margaret Volante, Institute of European Nursing Studies, University of Surrey Margaret Coulter, Institute of European Nursing Studies, University of Surrey Pat Colliety, Institute of European Nursing Studies, University of Surrey University of Brighton i Contents Acknowledgements Chapter 1 Background and Context for the Research 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2 Context 2 1.2.1 The Physical assessment module 2 1.3 Project Aims 3 1.4 Methodology 3 1.5 Methods 4 1.5.1 Interviewing 4 1.5.2 Observation 6 1.5.3 Ethical issues when observing clinical consultations 6 1.5.4 Stakeholder conferences 8 1.6 Data analysis 8 1.7 Access and recruitment of alumnae 9 1.8 Summary of data sources 9 1.9 Format of the report 10 Chapter 2 Background and Context a review of the literature 2.1 Introduction 11 2.2 The Community Matron Role 11 2.3 Advanced and Specialist roles 12 2.4 Out of hours services and unscheduled care 13 2.5 Prescribing 14 2.5.2 Entry criteria for independent prescribing 15 2.5.3 The prescribing course 15 2.5.4 Factors that promote or hinder nurse prescribing 16 2.5.5 Safe prescribing 17 2.5.6 Client group views on prescribing 17 2.6 Physical assessment 18 2.7 Recognition of rapid deterioration: the

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