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Web Link: Healthera (pharmacist support)

This app helps you get the most out of your local pharmacy services. You can use it to manage your repeat prescriptions and medication, book appointments and contact your pharmacist for advice. *NHS approved and free to use

Article: Medication

Will I go home on the same medication? You may find that you go home with more or sometimes less medication than you were taking before.It is not unusual for some of your normal medications to be stopped or to have new ones started. How can I find out more about any new medications? Ask your nurse, doctor or the ward pharmacist to explain what your new medications are for, how and when to take them, any side effects to look out for, or if they are likely to interfere with...

Web Link: Medication passport: free app

This link will take you to the Apple itunes store, where you can download a medication "passport" to your phone or tablet. The app was developed by the NHS and is free. It is designed to help you keep track of, and understand your medications, including any changes made by your doctor.

Web Link: Medicines explained

This link will take you to an NHS page explaining how 100s of different medications work, what they're for, how to take them and possible side-effects. It's not exhaustive, but we hope you find it helpful. 

Article: Pharmacist

The pharmacist's main role is to look at the patients' medication and to make sure that everything that's prescribed is appropriate and safe for the patient in terms of the dose, the way it's given, how often it's given, if there are any side effects, or if any of the drugs you're taking interact with one another. It's common for some of the patient's normal medicines to be stopped when he or she is admitted to Intensive Care, or for new ones to be...

Web Link: Prescriptions: online service (Boots)

You might find, in the first few weeks after getting home, that you're really tired or not quite as mobile as you'd like. Some pharmacies offer to deliver your prescription to your home.This link will take you to the Boots Pharmacy website, where you can find out more about this service.

Web Link: Prescriptions: online service (Lloyds Pharmacy)

You might find, in the first few weeks after getting home, that you're really tired or not quite as mobile as you'd like. Some pharmacies offer to deliver your prescription to your home.This link will take you to the Lloyds Pharmacy website, where you can find out more about this service.