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Medicines Use Review (MUR)

The Medicines Use Review (MUR) and Prescription Intervention Service consists of accredited pharmacists undertaking structured adherence-centred reviews with patients on multiple medicines, particularly those receiving medicines for long term conditions. National target groups have been agreed in order to guide the selection...

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MUR patient consent

The service specification for the MUR service says that written consent needs to be obtained from patients. The wording of a consent declaration which must be used in any consent forms is detailed in the document below. NMS and MUR...

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AUR vs MUR

The following table outlines the key differences between an AUR and an MUR:   MUR AUR Criteria and limits Can only be carried out by a pharmacist. Can be carried out by a pharmacist or a specialist nurse. Yearly limit of...

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MUR Resources

This page contains resources produced by PSNC and other organisations to support the MUR service. Resources to support the implementation of targeted MURs CPPE guide: Targeting your MURs more effectively Getting started with MURs NMS and MURs – top tips...

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MURs: the basics

What is the Medicines Use Review & Prescription Intervention Service? The MUR service is an Advanced service within the NHS community pharmacy contractual framework. It is a structured review that is undertaken by a pharmacist to help patients to manage their medicines more...

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Providing the NMS

1) Standard Operating Procedure All pharmacies providing the NMS must have a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) in place for the service. A template SOP can be downloaded from the NPA website. 2) Obtaining patient consent The service specification for the NMS says...