Clinical question comments:What is the procedure for the Pharmacist when clinically verifying cancer prescriptions?/Tables

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practice point #2012:32, 5 June 2017

practice point #2

Query on practice point #2 and if intention is for two pharmacists to provide independent check, or if two people (doctor and pharmacist, nurse and pharmacist etc.) can perform independent checks. Outside of any training periods, shouldn’t an individual pharmacist be adequately trained to sign off independently? Also question on resources if two pharmacists to check each order.

marliese alexander (talk)12:32, 5 June 2017