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Pharmacist-led phone advice improves medication adherence

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Research published in BMJ Quality and Safety has shown that tailored telephone advice from a pharmacist can significantly improve medication adherence in patients with long-term conditions. The findings are important proof of pharmacists’ expertise in advising patients on the proper use of medicines. The three-year randomised-controlled trial, co-funded by Pharmacy2U, the UK’s largest online pharmacy, and UCL...

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Family health: Avoid flu and quit smoking


Helping vulnerable people to avoid winter flu is a real priority for family doctors at this time of year. Flu can lead to serious complications for some patients, including older people,...

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Unexpected delays on prescription orders Daniel Lee, Managing Director and Superintendent Pharmacist of Pharmacy2U, said: “We apologise that unforeseen difficulties in transferring our prescription dispensing service to our new automated facility...

Top tips for your New Years Resolutions


How to make a success of your new year’s resolutions With 2016 thankfully in the recent past, it’s now time to focus on making some long overdue changes. That’s right, it’s...

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