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Clinical management plans 

Clinical management plans
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Clinical management plans
Author(s):

Sue Beckwith

and Penny Franklin

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199575817.003.0019
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date: 25 February 2020

What is a clinical management plan? 36

Developing, writing, and implementing a CMP 38

Practical examples of CMPs 40

A clinical management plan (CMP) is an agreed defined plan of treatment for a named patient which sets the legal boundaries of the medication and the parameters of prescribing responsibility for the supplementary prescriber. The plan must be agreed as the result of a voluntary partnership between the independent doctor or dentist prescriber and the supplementary prescriber, and with the knowledge of the patient and/or carer (...

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