AAMW

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AAMWAsk about Medicines Week (healthcare initiative)
AAMWAfrican American Men of Westchester (est. 1987; White Plains, NY)
AAMWArchaeology of the Mediterranean World (University of Pennsylvania)
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As part of Ask About Medicines Week, which runs until Friday, the NHS Direct website is offering a range of help with topics such as how to take painkillers or ensuring children know how to use their medication safely.
Health professionals have been asked to visit local schools and give lessons on drugs as part of Ask About Medicines Week, which starts today.
Health professionals have been asked to visit schools and give lessons on drugs as part of Ask About Medicines Week, which starts today.
In Ask About Medicines Week, Tesco Pharmacy is encouraging people to pop into their local Tesco Pharmacy to have a chat with the pharmacist to understand more about their medicines.
Ask About Medicines Week, which is launched today, encourages people to make sure they are taking their medicines safely and to question their pharmacist or GP.
BIRMINGHAM'S Heartlands Hospital, Bordesley Green East, is hosting a free Ask About Medicines Week from Mon-Fri.
Ask About Medicines Week, launched today, encourages people to make sure they are taking their medicines safely and to question their pharmacist or GP.
The call has been issued as part of Ask About Medicines Week which begins on Monday to increase patients' involvement in decisions about their medicine use.
Ask About Medicines Week, which starts today, is urging the public to ask questions about the drugs they are given to make sure they use them safely and effectively.
National Ask About Medicines Week, which runs this week, is aimed at making patients realise they have a say over the medication they are given.
DPP has now launched a campaign - Talking About Complementary Medicine - as part of Ask About Medicines Week to provide more information on the subject and encourage communication between doctors and patients.
His comments come at the start of the annual Ask About Medicines Week, designed to encourage patients to learn more about the medication they take.