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Consumer medicine information (CMI) leaflets - definition NPS

8/17/2014
02:24 | Author: Devin Garcia

Consumer medicine information leaflets
Consumer medicine information (CMI) leaflets - definition NPS

Consumer medicine information (CMI) leaflets are available for most prescription medicines and many non-prescription medicines. The leaflets.

Read more information about how to use CMI leaflets.

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The leaflets explain how the medicine works, as well as giving practical advice on how and when to take it, common side effects and potential interactions. Consumer medicine information (CMI) leaflets are available for most prescription medicines and many non-prescription medicines.

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You can download the CMI for your medicine or ask your pharmacist to print it out for you.

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AZ index of CMI

6/16/2014
12:08 | Author: Caitlin White

Consumer medicine information leaflets
AZ index of CMI

Search CMI. Search CMI You can search the A-Z Index for Consumer Medicine Information (CMI) by the medicine's Brand Name. Search.

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It may differ from a CMI that you previously received from your doctor or pharmacist, or in your pack of medicine. This web site does not contain all CMIs for medicines sold in Australia and not all medicines have a CMI available for them. The information on this web site is intended for use in Australia only. Reading the CMI does not take the place of counselling by a health professional. The CMI for your medicine that is on this web site is the most up-to-date version available. Always talk to your doctor or pharmacist about all aspects of your medicines, including why you are taking them and what benefits / risks you can expect. If you do not find a CMI for your medicine on this page, contact the pharmaceutical company who makes the medicine or talk to your doctor or pharmacist.

You can search the A-Z Index for Consumer Medicine Information (CMI) by the medicine's Brand Name. Search CMI's.

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Brand Name: the name given to the medicine by the company that makes the medicine. There may be more than one brand name if more than one company makes the medicine.

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Consumer Medicine Information - ASMI

4/15/2014
02:12 | Author: Evan Martin

Consumer medicine information leaflets
Consumer Medicine Information - ASMI

Consumer Medicines Leaflets (CMI's) contain important information about your medicines.

They help you better understand the medicines you are taking. Consumer Medicine Information leaflets, or CMI for short, are specially written leaflets that provide information about Prescription medicines and Pharmacist-Only medicines. The pharmaceutical company that makes the medicine writes the CMI. It must be factual and not promotional. CMIs contain information that is important to know before and while using a medicine. They are produced in accordance with Commonwealth Government regulations that specify the information they must contain and how they should be presented.

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A CMI includes the following information:

You should be able to follow the headings and subheadings to find out easily what information you need to know.

But all of it is important. Including all of this information can make a CMI quite long.

Ask your pharmacist or doctor if you did not get one or if you want to discuss the medicine. You should get a CMI each time you get a new prescription medicine. They can also be downloaded from websites such as http://www.medicines.org.au/ or http://www.nps.org.au/. CMIs either come as a leaflet in the medicine’s packaging or in the form of a computer printout from a pharmacist or doctor. The Commonwealth government has established a CMI Quality Assurance Reference Group to review CMIs. You can contact this group with any questions you have about CMIs by writing to: The Project Officer CMI Quality Assurance Reference Group c/- PO Box 764 North Sydney NSW 2059. Keep the CMI handy so you can read it again if you need to.

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Department of Health Consumer Medicine Information (CMI)

2/14/2014
04:36 | Author: Evan Martin

Consumer medicine information leaflets
Department of Health Consumer Medicine Information (CMI)

Consumer Medicine Information (CMI) is designed to inform consumers about prescription and pharmacist-only medicines. CMI leaflets are.

This guide is about consumer medicine information (CMI) and how it can be used by consumers and health professionals to build better relationships and achieve the quality use of medicines.

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