Prior and Related work

Lichtner, V., W. Venters, R. Hibberd, T. Cornford and N. Barber (2013). The fungibility of time in claims of efficiency: The case of making transmission of prescriptions electronic in English general practice. International Journal of Medical Informatics 82(12): 1152-1170 http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/77121/ 

Lichtner, V. and Venters, W. (2011) Journey to DOR: A Retro Science-Fiction Story on Researching ePrescribing. In: Chiasson, M., Henfridsson, O., Karsten, H. & DeGross, J. (eds.) Researching the Future in Information Systems – Proceedings of the IFIP WG 8.2. Working Conference, June 2011 Turku, Finland: Springer; pp.151-161 – http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/36718/

Petrakaki D, Cornford, T., Hibberd, R., Lichtner, V., Barber, N. (2011) The Role of Technology in Re-Professionalizing Pharmacists in the Future: The Case of the Electronic Prescription Service in the English NHS, In: Chiasson, M., Henfridsson, O., Karsten, H. & DeGross, J. (eds.) Researching the Future in Information Systems – Proceedings of the IFIP WG 8.2. Working Conference, June 2011 Turku, Finland: Springer; pp. 179-195 – http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/36745/

Lichtner, V., Petrakaki, D., Hibberd, R., Venters, W., Cornford, A., Barber, N. (2010) Mapping stakeholders for system evaluation – the case of the Electronic Prescription Service in England. In: Safran, C., Reti, S., Marin, H., (eds). Medinfo 2010 – Proceedings of the 13th World Congress on Medical Informatics, Cape Town, South Africa: Ios Press; 2010:1221-1225 http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/28980/

Cornford, T, Hibberd, R, and Barber, N, on behalf of the team conducting the evaluation (2014) The Evaluation of the Electronic Prescription Service in Primary Care-Final Report on the Findings from the Evaluation in Early Implementer Site, University College London, UK. Available at: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/activity/mds/projects/HaPS/PHEB/CFHEP/reports/projects/004.aspx

Hibberd, R, Barber, N, Cornford, T and Lichtner, V (2012) The evaluation of the electronic prescription service in primary care: interim report on the findings from the evaluation in early implementer sites. University College London, London, UK