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Unlicensed medicines use: a UK guideline analysis using AGREE II
There is widespread use of unlicensed medicines within primary and secondary care but little information is available around how these medicines are used. This analysis examines and evaluates theExpand
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Co-design of a new community pharmacy delivered text message intervention with patients and professionals to support medicines adherence
Introduction It is estimated that 30% - 50% of patients do not take medicines as prescribed. Medication taking can be described as a behaviour, at which behaviour change techniques (BCTs) could beExpand
Development of an Experiential Learning Programme for Pharmacy Students
Background GPhC standards for the initial education and training of pharmacists state that students should receive practical experience as part of their training, potentially including off-siteExpand
Introducing pharmacy students to the structure and function of general practice through undergraduate placements.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE The aim of this study was to design and evaluate the introduction of a sustainable and feasible structure of placements in general practice for third-year pharmacy students atExpand
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Unlicensed medicines use in the UK: A systematic review and quality assessment of published guidelines
Background An unlicensed medicine is defined as a medicinal product for which there is no marketing authorisation granted by the Medicines Healthcare and Regulatory Agency (MHRA)1. UnlicensedExpand
Prescribing error reporting: Facilitating learning and patient safety across primary care [Conference abstract]
Background: In the UK, prescribing errors originating from general practice and other community services are often identified and rectified within community pharmacy. Organisational structuresExpand
Facilitating patient safety: key barriers and facilitators to prescribing error reporting and learning across primary care [Poster Abstract]
Introduction: There are well-established benefits from reporting medication errors and identifying patterns to help prevent future harm. In the UK, prescribing errors originating from generalExpand
Co-design of a new text message intervention with patients and professionals to support medicines adherence [conference abstract]
Background It is estimated that 30% - 50% of patients do not take medicines as prescribed. Medication taking can be described as a behavior, at which behavior change techniques (BCTs) can beExpand