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Exploratory on e-Prescription in Scotland

Wood, Aaron and Rimpiläinen, Sanna (2016) Exploratory on e-Prescription in Scotland. [Report]

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Abstract

The DHI hosted an all-day Exploratory event for the National Services Scotland (NSS) Practitioner Services team at our offices on Friday 1st April 2016. The event was split into two parts; a morning session of presentations and discussion delivered by both NSS and the DHI, and an afternoon workshop session delivered by the DHI's Knowledge Exchange & Research (KER) team.