Medicines Learning Portal

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All pharmacists involved with patient care need clinical problem solving skills to deliver medicines optimisation and the WHO Medication Without Harm global challenge. On this website we will assist the development of these skills by:

Providing knowledge about medicines, and addressing basic principles of medicines safety for key subject areas.
Showing the right questions to ask when problem-solving.
Recommending sources of information about medicines.
Guiding pharmacists on how to apply their professional judgement.
Advising on communication techniques for delivering expert advice.

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Our vision is to provide resources and expertise that will help UK pharmacists at the beginning of their careers to tackle the clinical problems that will confront them throughout their professional lives.

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Contributed by: Angela Badiani
Authored by: Southampton Medicines Advice Service, University Hospital Southampton NHS FT
Licence: More information on licences
Last updated: 10 April 2024
First contributed: 21 June 2021
Audience access level: Full user

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