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Polly Duncan 57m
Replying to @1982Tauheed
It would be interesting to know how many GP-based pharmacists are routinely involved in medication review. Most of the pharmacists we interviewed had other roles that took priority, such as fielding prescription requests. Has this work been done?
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MaggieJohnson#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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BadenVillagePharmacy Feb 9
Do you need help understanding your medications and medical conditions? Talk to our pharmacist about a Medication Review.
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Nerida Croker 20 Dec 17
On my last day of work for the year (yay!) talked more about and to one lovely 80yr old lady than her meds, then cackled away with another 96 yr old lady who was just a hoot.
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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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Super Thrifty Drugs Oct 30
Prescribed 5 or more medications? Recently discharged from the hospital? Ask your pharmacist for a to help reduce prescription confusion & prevent dangerous errors.
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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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Simon Maxwell Feb 4
launches its guidance and and highlights that in an era of multiple medicines all decisions should be kept under regular review, taking into account patients' expressed wishes
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Joke Opsomer 6 Feb 15
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LOUISE DEEKS COX Jul 11
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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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🎃A_Sleepy_Potato🎃 Mar 10
Wish i had someone with me for this - dont wanna adult DX excited
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Sally Jarmain Feb 13
An interesting study into efficiency versus thoroughness in medication review, highlighting lack of patient and pharmacist involvement, time pressures and unnecessary continuation of medications.
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Medical Pharmacies Jan 7
How a prevents health problems via @haltc1
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Joke Opsomer 5 Feb 15
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Mazza 9 Jun 16
Replying to @abcnews
Every nursing home resident shld have regular by qualified & Drs shld be listening to recommendations
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secretGPPharmacist Apr 5
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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Debbie Rigby 4 Jul 17
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Pam Howell Apr 11
Insurance companies like ODB to fund pharmacist led focused on
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LOUISE DEEKS COX 6 Mar 16
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