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Steve Huison 10 Sep 12
That's reassuring. So it wasn't just me seeing a dancing monkey/fido/man in the sky then?
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Prina Sahdev 20 Jul 15
Mobile 89 y/o on amitriptyline,oramorph, pregabalin,diazepam, lorazepam and fentanyl-3 falls in 2 weeks!!
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Coulter's Pharmacy Nov 17
We're dedicated to providing a wide range of services that help you look after your health.
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🎃A_Sleepy_Potato🎃 Mar 10
Wish i had someone with me for this - dont wanna adult DX excited
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Debbie Rigby Nov 6
General practice pharmacist scheme evaluation indicates ‘improved capacity’ as the main benefit - reduction in opioid use, prescribing errors and patient readmission post discharge
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secretGPPharmacist Mar 25
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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✨#hellomynameisHelen✨ 18 Mar 14
Looking forward to seeing pharmacist in action on holby city next week BBC1 8pm
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Yogini J 5 Sep 16
Improving adherence has potential to increase risk of ADRs unless conducted first
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LOUISE DEEKS COX Jul 11
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Kirsten Patrick 27 Aug 16
Really interesting cluster of posters on at by + Barbara Wimmer + more
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Debbie Rigby 5 Jul 16
should be discussed with patient & GP in every &
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ECS Falls May 2
Today we’ve been thinking how medications impact on falls and what action we can take to reduce risk
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MedicAlert UK & IRL 16 Jan 17
Had a recently? Be sure to let us know of any changes so we can ensure your emergency record is up to date :)
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Mike Dixie 3 Feb 16
Excellent collaborative working at Homerton between and on
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Shane Jackson 31 Oct 17
Quality guidelines on opioids - challenge will be implementation in practice. essential
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Charlotte Rossing 6 Feb 15
NICE guidelines Comming in march
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Mark Naunton Sep 18
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Nick Flynn 15 Apr 17
Our NHs have colour coded Kardexes: • Long term meds - white • PRN meds - yellow • Short term meds - blue
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Alex Irvine 28 Jan 15
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EnhanceValue 13 Feb 17
Elicit Do a To really show love, Consider too
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