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We believe in sharing information, knowledge and experience is vital for our success. This project is not created to be the next social media but network that can save your family and your life. Creating MAYA has not helped us but made our life a living hell.

The nurses fighting with authorities and people in power to prescribe has not only destroyed our passion, inflicted pain and suffering to people who believe in members of our profession but also helped superbug create an army of bugs that will kill millions of people in the near future.


Non-medical persons (nurses and chemists) prescribing drugs has taken many years of planning, review, and discussion. It has been a long-fought and hard battle between doctors and nurses, and was won by nurses in 2006.

Since the 1980s, nurses have been exploring the right to clinical assessment, to make diagnoses independently, and to prescribe drugs. In 1978, the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) presented a report proposing that nurses should have authority to prescribe dressings and topical treatments.

The Conservative government in 1986 appointed a team of health experts, mainly nurses, and economists, and asked them to review the provision of community nursing and make recommendations for the future of that provision. 

Since 2004, all nurses who complete the NMC qualification can prescribe independently, as well as in a supplementary capacityIn 2006, nurse prescribers were given full access to the British National Formulary (BNF) and this has put nurses on par with doctors in relation to prescribing capabilities. As of April 2012, independent nurse prescribers will be able to prescribe controlled drugs within their competence level and regularize the practice of mixing medicines, which include controlled drugs. 

The duty of a doctor is to strive hard, encourage patients to consult them early, hoping to prevent complications and long-term problems. Knowing various treatments and drugs they prescribe seldom cure illnesses, it is unethical to allow the non-medically trained profession, not governed by the code of conduct of doctors to use their skill, diagnose and prescribe drugs by the GMC (General Medical Council).

We strongly support Colin Powell’s comment in the Editorial, Archives of Diseases in Childhood, 2013 that made it clear that other countries wanting to emulate the UK experience should proceed with caution.

This was based on evidence that points out the continuing increase in the very short-term admission of children with common infections, which suggests a systematic failure, both in primary care (by general practice, out of hours care, and NHS Direct) and in hospitals (by emergency departments and paediatricians), in the assessment of children with acute illnesses that could be managed in the community. (Arch Dis Child 2013; 98:328-334). 


Maya Bring Tears Of Happiness; Author House Publication (2016); Page 14-16.

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