Moral, ethical and professional issues in prescribing emergency contraception
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Moral, ethical and professional issues in prescribing emergency contraception

Hugh McDonald Charge Nurse/Emergency Nurse Practitioner, Glasgow Royal Infirmary A&E Department

Hugh McDonald is an emergency nurse practitioner with the authority to manage a defined group of patients who present to A&E with a specific range of complaints and injuries. Investigation, diagnosis and treatment are carried out independently and include documentation and prescription of specific drugs

Emergency Nurse. 6, 8, 28-32. doi: 10.7748/en1998.12.6.8.28.c1252

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