Dermatology and Domicilary MURs

Thursday, 17 November, 2016 7.15pm
Ramsdale Park Golf Club, Oxton Road, Calverton, NG14 6NU

Thursday 17th November 2016

7.15pm introductions 7.30pm start – buffet available from 6.30pm

Ramsdale Park Golf Club, Oxton Road, Calverton, NG14 6NU

Booking via –


The training is brought to you by the letter ‘D’

 Dermatology and Domicilary MURs – details of the evening below


Please send through any questions on the Domiciliary MUR service to Alison –  There will be flip charts and post it notes available on the night for questions and any that are not answered on the evening will be sent through to attendees after the event.  You can also register your question on the booking page.


Contractors are also welcome to bring any other healthcare professional (local gp, practice nurse etc) along to the training session but please ensure that you book them a place.

Dermatology session – Sandra Lawton OBE, Nurse Consultant in Dermatology @ QMC

–          guidance on common skin complaints

–          next steps needed

–          Treatment progression, trigger points for these and when patients need to be referred to a consultant

–          Case studies

Thornton & Ross and Johnson & Johnson have provided emollient samples  for contractors to try.


Domiciliary MURs (Service paperwork, SLA) – Sam Travis, NHS England

–          Go through the SLA

–          Highlight the sections that need to be completed and sent back etc

–          Explain how to claim separate to MUR’s


Domiciliary MURs (Best practice / Case studies – Gordon Heeley, Pharmacist, Lloyds Pharmacy in Sneinton 

–          How to set up the service

–          How to maximise the service for my pharmacy

–          Best practice / top tips

–          Case Studies


Domiciliary MURs (PharmOutcomes) – Kevin Noble, Pinnacle Health

–          Case study using Domiciliary MURs

–          How to register, report and claim

–          Invoices (FP34 breakdown)


The evening will be in this format

7.30pm   –   Dermatology session

8.15pm   –   Refreshment break

8.25pm   –   Round table discussions on domiciliary MURs  – rotate between 3 tables 20 mins each table

Domiciliary MURs (Service outline and common mistakes re paperwork)

Domiciliary MURs (Best practice, top tips, case studies)

Domiciliary MURs (PharmOutcomes -register, report, claim)

9.25pm – LPC update and final comments


Evening is being sponsored by Thornton & Ross and Johnson & Johnson (speaker and catering)

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