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Experience of setting up and running a referral scheme from the secondary care anticoagulant clinic to community pharmacies in Swindon

06:41 EDT 22 Jun 2017 | Pharmaceutical Journal

The new medicines service (NMS) is an advanced service in the community pharmacy contractual framework. It consists of community pharmacist structured interviews with patients during their first month of treatment with a new medicine. The service aims to improve medicines concordance and improve patient understanding of their treatment.

Original Article: Experience of setting up and running a referral scheme from the secondary care anticoagulant clinic to community pharmacies in Swindon

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