A prescription is an authority by a suitably qualified and registered health practitioner for medication or medical products to be dispensed by a pharmacist to a named patient in accordance with the practitioner's instructions. In general practice doctors have traditionally been the primary prescribers, but in recent years they have been joined by a range of supplementary and independent prescribers, including suitably trained and experienced nurses and pharmacists.
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