Medicine use review

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A Medicine Use Review (MUR) is an advanced service offered by pharmacies in the United Kingdom. It is part of the current contract pharmacies hold with the National Health Service (NHS). An MUR is an opportunity for patients to discuss their medicines with a qualified pharmacist. An MUR is a free NHS service that is held in a private consultation room at a local pharmacy. It is not meant to replace the role of the general practitioner but rather provide:

  • A review of all medicines to see if there is any overlapping or interactions
  • Give extra information on what medicines are for
  • Discuss side effects of medicines
  • Identify problems associated with medicines

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