Tag: pharmacy

How pharmacies and voluntary organisations are tackling social isolation among older people


29th October 2018

Lydia Shellien-Walker from Ageing Better in Camden explains how they are tackling social isolation and loneliness among older people by drawing on existing skills and resources in the local community as one of fourteen national Big Lottery Fund Ageing Better programmes. “In October 2015, Ageing Better in Camden undertook a two year project which saw […]

What to do if your child is unwell – London guide

14th December 2017

A London guide for parents of babies and toddlers for what to do if a child is unwell and the services that can help.  Our thanks go to Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge CCGs (with design by NEL CSU) for sharing their local guide and adapting it for all of London.

Adherence

24th October 2017

This page contains information for pharmacists about successfully doing medicine use reviews for children and young people. Medicines use reviews (MUR) Patients with respiratory disease have been identified nationally for targeting through MURs. An MUR is designed to support a more in depth medication review. It involves an accredited community pharmacist undertaking structured adherence-centred reviews with […]

Pharmacy

20th October 2017

Pharmacists are an accessible and expert source of useful help and information for young people with asthma and their families. This section provides pharmacists in London with guidance and resources to help them improve asthma care, including examples of best practice. Explore the toolkit… For more information about the asthma toolkit, or to provide feedback […]

London pharmacy matters

6th June 2016

An information support pack is now available. The pack contains national policy and key messages or challenges in the pharmacy sector; case studies of best practice for primary healthcare on role of pharmacy; an outline of the range of roles pharmacy ‘can’ do and ‘could’ to support out of hospital and improve access to care. […]