At present, supplementary prescribing for eczema is often performed by experienced dermatology nurses, supported by a dermatologist, who work in both secondary and primary care.

Women mainly in the age range 40-50 years who attended a dermatology clinic between 1956 and 1964 were investigated.


The reader is directed to a dermatology general text, including reference 68, for further details of their management and information concerning less common disorders.

These include physicians from diverse specialties – anesthesiology, dermatology, family medicine, surgery, internal medicine, radiology, and pathology.

Examples of clinical areas where this could have benefits include paediatrics and neo-natology, dermatology, oncology, palliative care, and total parenteral nutrition.

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Although there are treatment guidelines, prescribers also need experience and links with dermatology services if nurse-led services are to develop.

The article looks at independent and supplementary prescribing in dermatology, using the management of acne vulgaris as an example.

Dermatology: health care needs assessment.

Infantile haemangiomas possess interesting and complex characteristics that hold relevance to the fields of vascular biology, stem cell biology, oncology, immunology, dermatology and others.

These projects are often small scale, bottom up, and driven by small teams of health professionals from diverse disciplines, such as radiology, dermatology, health promotion, or psychiatry.

Oncology, medical rehabilitation, dermatology, and medical research did not participate in the study.

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The introduction of nurse prescribing in the author’s dermatology unit brought benefits including easier and quicker access to specialist help, and a nurse-led service has now been introduced.

Primary care nurses will be in the frontline of dermatology prescribing in the future and this article explores some of the issues, using acne as an example.

So far, there has been success in urology, anticoagulant therapy, radiology and ultrasound, and dermatology.

The available information relates to referrals for new hospital out-patients in the specialty of dermatology.

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