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Medicines Use Reviews

A practical guide

First edition


Susan Youssef - Former Senior Lecturer at DeMontfort University, Leicester, UK

Provides evidence-based information, tips and guidance on how to conduct successful Medicines Use Reviews (MURs).

The ten main chapters identify and discuss specific medical conditions seen in community pharmacy while further sub chapters include advice on treatment options and relevant practical tips.

This comprehensive book also includes:

  • an overview of MURs
  • explanation of the accreditation process
  • advice on MUR form documentation
  • guidance on providing a patient-focused service.

This excellent reference enables pharmacists to provide high quality advice to patients. It will be invaluable for all pharmacists carrying out MURs, pre-registration and newly registered pharmacists, clinical pharmacy students, accredited pharmacists setting up a MUR service, pharmacy students and lecturers in pharmacy practice.

Medicines Use Reviews is also available as an eBook.

Medicines Use Reviews

£27.00


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