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'Non-hurried approach' essential consultation style for nurse prescribers

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A non-hurried approach, care and rapport, approachability and continuity are key aspects of a successful consultation style for nurse prescribers, according to UK researchers.

The researchers added that providing clear information based on specialist knowledge was also important.

They interviewed 41 patients with diabetes from the caseloads of seven nurse prescribers.

The authors said the study provided “new knowledge about what patients with diabetes value and benefit from” in terms of care from nurse prescribers.

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  • Your reference is incorrect, missed out the volume (1).
    International Journal of Nursing Studies 48(1): 37-46

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