The MUR service is an Advanced Service within the NHS carried out by our pharmacist at Dock Pharmacy.
The MUR involves our pharmacist reviewing your use of your prescribed medication, ensuring you understand how their medicines should be used and why they have been prescribed, identifying any problems and then, where necessary, providing feedback to the prescriber.
An MUR Feedback Form will be provided to your GP where there is an issue for them to consider. An MUR is not usually conducted more than once a year.
An MUR is a way to:
improve the understanding of your medicines;
highlight problematic side effects and propose solutions where appropriate;
improve adherence; and
reduce medicines wastage, usually by encouraging the patient only to order the medicines they require.
At DockPharmacy, we offer a full range of anti-malaria tablets for all destinations. Our travel clinic offers competitive prices and discounts, which vary depending on the specific course of antimalarials purchased.
Taking Antimalarial Tablets:
Start before arrival to a risk area as guided by our pharmacist (with some tablets you should start three weeks before).
Take the tablets regularly and as directed.
It is extremely important to continue taking these tablets as directed after you have left the malaria area to cover the incubation period of the disease.
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