Re: Antibiotic prescribing for respiratory tract infections by non-medical prescribers: Influences on prescribing behaviour
Researchers at Cardiff University are undertaking a small study to explore the factors influencing antimicrobial prescribing for respiratory tract infections (RTIs) among non-medical prescribers (NMPs). Whilst research has explored the factors influencing the prescription of antibiotics by general practitioners for these conditions, no evidence is available on the factors influencing NMPs.
If you are a nurse/pharmacist prescriber, work in primary care and consult with patients with RTIs, and would like to take part in a semi-structured interview designed to explore your experiences of the factors influencing the prescription of antibiotics for RTIs, please can you contact Professor Molly Courtenay at the contact details below:
Professor Molly Courtenay
School of Healthcare Sciences,
35-43 Newport Road
Email: [email protected]