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NinaBarnett 5h
Sad but true - patients suffer because we Havent undertaken regular and frequent time to wake up to the pervasive problem of and get
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Rohan Elliott Jul 15
It is about appropriateness first & foremost. Need to ensure a person's multiple medicines are appropriate and safe before introducing strategies like Webster Paks to improve adherence to the regimen.
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Joke Opsomer 6 Feb 15
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NinaBarnett Feb 22
important paper by and others on interviews with 13 GPs and 10 pharmacists ”..prioritise being efficient...rather than being thorough...so that most medication reviews were carried out with little or no patient involvement”
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secretGPPharmacist 25 Mar 18
First session in new practice yesterday - is it too soon to suggest complete overhaul of processes? When is the right time to say "It's not me. Its's you."
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Kath Langley #PCPEU#GTTO Jan 23
Have had shower (hot enogh to brew tea as has caused YP to accidentally break temperature knob - ringing later) & am going out (for ) for first time in about 7 weeks. Hopefully won't be in wheelchair ❄
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Respect ADHD Nov 14
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Joy Gailer Jul 15
Real and perceived balance of benefit and harm from medicines changes over time, requiring regular collaborative reassessment
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Meds and Meltdowns 🤦🏻‍♀️ Sep 27
The irony of getting a letter to see the psychiatrist, but the appointment is only a few days away ! That's GIVING me anxiety man ! I need at least 2 years notice ! 🤣
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DudleyMedicinesTeam Jul 17
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Alex Irvine 28 Jan 15
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Think Whole Person Healthcare Mar 5
A no-obligation service is waiting for you, our patient, at Think's . Your medication list may be reduced, made more cost-effective, and safer after the review. Call our dedicated pharmacy review line from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at (402) 506-9073.
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Jasmeen Islam 3 May 18
hearing from Jo Harries, just because the patient tells you they are taking medicines doesn't mean they are. Case example: 6 dossette boxes of medicines found at home not taken following pharmacist domiciliary visit.
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secretGPPharmacist 5 Apr 18
Came across 2 x completed med reviews (practice + fellow ) Nurse missed simva 40+amlodipine (still a thing!) 😬 & pharmacist overlooked patient taking 2 x statins 🤦‍♂️
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Rohan Elliott Jun 27
Pain management goal in chronic pain: move from a 'pain centred life' to a 'function centred life'.
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Debbie Rigby Jul 17
Replying to @elliott_rohan
3D trial was medication chart review not comprehensive - shows value in patient consultations
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Charlotte Rossing 6 Feb 15
NICE guidelines Comming in march
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✨#hellomynameisHelen✨ 17 Jan 17
is useless if meds harmed by incorrect storage or pt harmed by poor meds admin
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EnhanceValue 13 Feb 17
Elicit Do a To really show love, Consider too
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Pablo Lopez-Quiros RN DN 18 Oct 17
👉🏽 The use of ≥ 5 drugs in > 60 years associated with ↑ 21% falls (EST. cohorts)
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