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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 of...

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MUR patient consent

The service specification for the Medicines Use Review (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....

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AUR vs MUR

The following table outlines the key differences between an Appliance Use Review (AUR) and a Medicines Use Review (MUR):   MUR AUR Criteria and limits Can only be carried out by a pharmacist. Can be carried out by a pharmacist or...

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MUR resources

This page contains a number of resources produced by PSNC and other organisations to support pharmacists when they are providing Medicines Use Reviews (MURs).  Click on a heading below for more information. 

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Providing the NMS

1) Standard Operating Procedure All community pharmacy contractors providing the New Medicine Service (NMS) must have a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) in place for the service. A template SOP can be downloaded from the NPA website. (please note NPA login required) 2) Obtaining...

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Advanced Service payments

This page contains details on the funding available for the Advanced Services within the Community Pharmacy Contractual Framework (CPCF). Click on a heading below for more information. 

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Conducting MURs off the pharmacy premises

Though the Medicines Use Review (MUR) service was designed to be provided in the pharmacy, it is possible to conduct MURs in other venues. The local NHS England team must give consent to community pharmacy contractors wishing to carry out...

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Community Pharmacy Patient Questionnaire (CPPQ)

All pharmacies are required to conduct an annual community pharmacy patient questionnaire (sometimes referred to as the Patient Satisfaction Questionnaire). The questionnaire allows patients to provide valuable feedback to community pharmacies on the services they provide.