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The database is the hub of the CASH service. The content can be added, searched and exported to create personalised alerting services for library customers.  There are a number of newsfeeds that can be embedded into external CAS website pages keeping them constantly updated with the latest content.

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Efficiency versus thoroughness in medication review: a qualitative interview study in UK primary care

British Journal of General Practice
Year of publication
Interview with 13 GPs, 10 pharmacists found practices tended to prioritise being efficient (getting work done) rather than being thorough (doing it well) so that most medication reviews were carried out with little/no patient involvement and medicines were rarely stopped/reduced
Date added
Created by
Linda Hopwell
Published by
Current Awareness Service for Health