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Medicines Use Review (MUR)

QUICK LINKS Directions, guidance and service specification More information (sub-pages) Related resources The Medicines Use Review and Prescription Intervention Service The Medicines Use Review (MUR) and Prescription Intervention Service consists of accredited pharmacists undertaking structured adherence-centred reviews with patients on multiple medicines, particularly...

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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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New consent wording for MUR and NMS published

Patients receiving the NMS or MUR services have to sign a consent form which uses standard wording which was approved by the Secretary of State for Health. Following the changes to the contracting arrangements for the Community Pharmacy Contractual Framework...

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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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Updated MUR guidance published

PSNC and NHS Employers have updated their guidance for pharmacy teams and commissioners on the Medicines Use Review (MUR) service. The updated guidance reflects the new commissioning arrangements for the community pharmacy contractual framework and the recently amended consent wording...

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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...