Welcome to the ePrescribing Toolkit for the NHS

Designed to support NHS hospitals in the planning, implementation and use of ePrescribing and Medicines Administration systems, the toolkit offers you tools, resources and information to help you every step of the way.

Put together by the NIHR funded ePrescribing Research Programme, the toolkit is aimed at NHS managers, IT specialists, doctors, nurses, pharmacists, allied health professionals and patients. Find out more by visiting our FAQ pages or by clicking on the links below.


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06/06/2018 – ePrescribing Masterclasses:

Principles for integrating prescribing and dispensing systems
The Big Bang Theory of EPR Implementation – the Yorkshire experience

06/12/2017 – ePrescribing Masterclass: Digitally Delivering Improvements in Antimicrobial Stewardship – Amy Tse, Oxford University Hospitals

05/12/2017 – ePrescribing Masterclass: Learning from an anthracycline error – Susan Ayers, Principal Pharmacist, York Teaching Hospital

08/11/2017 – ePrescribing Masterclass: Rule Breaking – Andrew Heed, The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

01/10/2017 – ePrescribing Masterclass: Order Sentences – What do you wish that you had know at the start? – Global Digital Exemplar Programme

06/09/2017 – ePrescribing Masterclass Webex : Challenges with Prescribing Lidocaine: Learning from an error

02/02/2017 – A successful big bang EPMA go-live

02/02/2017 – How Digital Systems Can Impact on Antimicrobial Stewardship

08/12/2016 – Wirral University Teaching Hospital – Past Present and Future

08/12/2016 – ePrescribing in a Global Digital Exemplar

07/12/2016 – Unexpected Drawbacks of Electronic Order Sets

09/11/2016 – The Wachter Review

09/11/2016 – EPMA Challenges – Patient Self-administration and CQC

12/09/2016 – Learning from mistakes-optimum system configuration

NIHR Programme Grant for Applied Research, Principal Investigator: Professor Aziz Sheikh
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