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Points for discussion are used in conjunction with suggestions for discussion. Both provide a guide to the questioning of information 30 Liaison psychiatry in A and E and ideas put forward. It is expected that the reader will add extra questions to those in the text. Anecdotes are used within the chapter to illustrate points made. In addition the use of one particular psychiatric liaison service is introduced by the contributors to show organization and management of such a service. It is expected that this will provide a basis upon which other local mental health services can be examined.
A 'nurse prescribing' bill, primarily for use in the community, is currently going through Parliament, but until the legal situation in the UK with regard to nurse prescribing of medications such as analgesia and oral antibiotics is resolved, avenues are being explored in an endeavour to bypass the restrictions imposed. Point for discussion • These legal difficulties can be resolved by use of protocols or 'standing orders' whereby a named ENP is covered to administer or dispense medication that has been prescribed by a doctor as part of the protocol.
Alternatively the simple method of supplying a courtesy letter identifying contact agencies if A and E is too busy acts effectively to minimize the risk to those who leave prior to assessment and/or intervention. A number of patients have found it difficult to discuss their problems. This is not because of lack of rapport, a breakdown in communication or lack of trust, but because of the lack of privacy, space and time to reflect. A busy A and E department does not lend itself to people who need to discuss their psychological problems.