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Registered nurse prescribing in community health
Community nurse prescribing programmes involve District Health Boards, or other regional or national health provider organisations. Community nurse prescribing programmes must use the Auckland Metro region Recertification programme and seek approval from Nursing Council.
Regional health providers must have the capacity to manage the programme on an ongoing basis across their region. The programme is modelled on PDRPs (Professional Development and Recognition Programmes) and would be appropriate for organisations with this infrastructure and a strong clinical governance framework for prescribing.
More information including standards for programmes and a Tool-kit for providers of Recertification programmes for Registered Nurse Prescribing in Community Health can be found in the link below.
Information for health provider organisations considering providing a recertification programme
Potential providers must meet the standards below:
Standards for recertification programmes for registered nurse prescribing in community health 2019
Auckland Metro region programme handbook and documents:
Toolkit for health provider organisations intending to provide Registered Nurse Prescribing in Community Health Recertification programmes
Counties Manukau Health Handbook for Registered Nurse Prescribing in Community Health Recertification Programme
Potential programme providers can contact Annette Huntington, Director, Registrant Quality at
[email protected] for information about how to gain approval.