Anticipatory prescribing: how to use it to improve care at the end of life
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Anticipatory prescribing: how to use it to improve care at the end of life

Daniel Allen Health journalist

Ensuring nurses have access to ‘just in case’ medications in the community is fundamental to compassionate palliative care

It is the privilege of nurses to be present at the beginning and the end of life, says RCN professional lead for community and end of life care Carolyn Doyle.

Nursing Standard. 36, 11, 55-57. doi: 10.7748/ns.36.11.55.s22

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