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Medicines Use Review training course

Medicines Use Review (MUR) aims to make the best use of the skills of pharmacists and to provide patients with access to pharmacists’ expertise in order to address their specific medication needs.

The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Cardiff University and Health Education and Improvement Wales have developed a training and assessment day for pharmacists to accredit them for MUR provision.

Your trainer will be Dr Rowan Yemm.

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Who it’s for

All pre-registration pharmacists or pharmacists registered with the GPhC who wish to practice MUR are eligible for registration.

What you’ll learn

The training day will guide candidates through the process of conducting a MUR and to help develop the knowledge and skills required to achieve competency. This includes:

  • adaptation of a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for conducting MUR in the workplace
  • completion of a minimum of two practice MUR cases
  • two simulated MURs accompanied by completion of a therapeutic and consultation skills framework
  • reflective account of the learning process (CPD entry & Action Plan) to illustrate how competency has been achieved.

The assessment consists of two problem-solving case studies, completed on the day and submitted for marking. Satisfactory completion of the assessment will result in full accreditation.


Redwood Building
King Edward VII Avenue
CF10 3NB