6th World Nursing and Healthcare Conference
Shanxi Medical University, China
Title: A research report on the prescription rights of Chinese nurses
Biography: Shi-Fan Han
Objective: To explore the feasibility of the nurse's prescription right in China, to develop the requirements for the qualification of the applicant for the prescription right of nurse, and to determine the content of certain prescriptions in the specific circumstances. Methods: Literature review on the relevant articles/material with the contents of the nurse’s right of prescription home and abroad. Semi-structured depth interview method was used to interview 18 experts on whether the nurses can participate in the graded nursing decision and whether nurses with certain ability can make the decision. Using the self-made questionnaire “Nurses involved in graded nursing decision-recognition questionnaire”, 553 nurses completed questionnaires on willingness to nurse decision-making grading. Using the analytic hierarchy process, the 23 experts' judgment on the main body of the graded nursing was rated. Using semi-structured depth interview method, 17 experts were interviewed on the graded nursing quality assessment and training outline. The form of expert personal judgment and the "grading nursing qualification experts predict questionnaire" were used as a preliminary designing tool, 32 experts were asked to predict the graded nursing quality. The relatively important factors that might promote implementation of right of Chinese nurse prescribing weights setting were obtained by analytic hierarchy process. Using Delphi method, 2 rounds of consultation to 291 experts/times were performed, and determined its content on the fields of graded nursing decision, nurses' job description, decision making nurse in graded nursing work process and related management system, decision-making main body of clinical nursing, nurse authority of prescription application qualification, clinical nurses, diabetes specialist nurses, tumor specialist nurses, nurses in emergency department, community nurses in certain circumstances writing prescription, and nursing undergraduate added with nurse authority of prescription related courses.