Unit 1 DQ: Risks vs. Benefits in Prescribing Practices 3 3 unread replies. 3 3 r
Unit 1 DQ: Risks vs. Benefits in Prescribing Practices 3 3 unread replies. 3 3 replies. As you begin to transition into the prescribing role, basic pharmacologic principles, legal professional issues, and cultural/genetic variations to drug response must be considered. In the discussion forum this week, Ben Goldacre, a British physician, academic, and science writer, exposes challenges with EBP in peer-reviewed journals and discusses the risks vs benefits in prescribing practices. (Links to an external site.) _________________________________________________________ Post #1: Initial Post Instructions 1) Review the MSN Program Discussion Question Grading Rubric (Attached) 2) Watch the Video Link above. (see above) [ Ted Talk-Goldcare, B. (2012). What doctors don’t know about the drugs they prescribe. 3) Reflect on the information presented in the video and discuss how the challenges presented will influence/impact your practice and prescribing methods. Also refer to chapter 4 in your textbook (Woo & Robinson, 2020) as a reference. (Attached) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Post Criteria The initial post requires 500 or more words, supported by at least three scholarly references. Proofreading for spelling, grammar, and punctuation is needed – along with APA formatting for the references. Post your response by the due date. Justify your rationale with the use of credible sources, as well as any professional experiences which further develop your response. Examples of credible sources include clinical practice guidelines, peer-reviewed journal articles, research studies, and professional, non-biased websites. Text-books are not to be used as the only source of supporting information in your posts. The MSN Program supports the use of sources published in the past 5 years as a benchmark. However, foundational works may be quite old but still worth citing when you are establishing the context for your own work. This type of source may be used, but may not be included in the number of required sources published in the past 5 years. Please refer to the Course Expectations document for the scoring rubric for discussion posts. Refer to your APA Manual or apastyle.org for assistance. Your discussions will be evaluated on content, participation, writing, and scholarly support. No more than 5% of the post's total word count should consist of direct quotes and all work not cited should be original. Your main post must cover the points and questions as noted in the discussion directions. Your responses to opposing question’s initial response should enhance the discussion by posing new questions, offering new ways to consider the issues being discussed, introducing new sources of information based on research, and building on ideas shared by your classmates.

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