GPs face new system to license prescribers

Sands, Judy
September 2006
GP: General Practitioner;9/15/2006, p10
The article reports that a new system to license prescribers or medical students should be achieved by all general practitioners. Physician Geoffrey Aronson said that all prescribers are liable to get equal education and assessment. He also mentioned that prescribers should have limited formularies which would extend according to the levels achieved by the student. All the prescribers should be assessed on a similar standard.


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