Meet Mo. Mo is just like the rest of us.
The 'Meet Mo' campaign has been produced to encourage people, who may be struggling with medicines, to seek help.
The new third Mo film (launched September 2018) sees Mo start using the Electronic Repeat Dispensing (eRD) service.
General Practice is under considerable demand, and repeat prescribing is a significant part of GPs’ daily work load. Electronic Repeat Dispensing (eRD) is an NHS service which has been shown to save GP time spent on repeat prescriptions, and to be more convenient for patients. Here we explain how eRD can help everyone:
The second Mo film is about supporting patients who’ve had a visit to hospital, where new medicines may be prescribed or where changes have been made to their medicines.
Spending time away from home can be stressful; health care professionals take care of medicines during hospital stays, but returning home with different or more medication can be confusing.
Pharmacists can help advise on what medicines are for and how to take them and when. Pharmacists work with the hospital and GPs to make sure Mo stays well.
The message is: If you go to hospital and have any questions about your medicines, help is available - ask your local pharmacist.
The first Mo video was produced to encourage patients – who take several types of medicine – to book a review with their local pharmacist. This is because, over time, people who take many different types of medicines for different reasons can find their treatments sometimes do not work well together.
A medicines review can help prevent trips to the GP or even hospital, and most importantly, help people feel better. A local pharmacist is a good place to have this conversation.
So the benefits of a medicines review can help everyone: less pressure on GPs and hospital services, fewer medicines prescribed, and, overall, help patients feel better and manage their health.
You can also email the medicines optimisation team for more information.