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This event is prioritised for Primary Care Pharmacists. If you are a member of another profession, please contact us before registering.


This is a FREE all day training event for Primary Care Pharmacists. Four speakers will cover Biochemistry, Haematology, there will be a session on Monitoring Patients with Renal Disease and Monitoring DMARDs. There will be plenty of case study time with an overall emphasis on clinical decision making, responding to abnormal results etc.

Please see below the Programme

Haematology

  • Overview of commonly requested tests – what they mean and how they support the diagnostic process
  • Management of anaemia and B12 deficiency in primary care

Biochemistry

  • Overview of commonly requested tests – what they mean, how they support the diagnosis and monitoring, how to interpret

Care of patients with Renal Disease

  • Classification of renal disease
  • Tests and their interpretation
  • Prescribing for the patient with renal disease

DMARDs and their monitoring

  • Role of DMARDs in Clinical Practice
  • Safety Issues
  • Use of Shared Care Protocols


Click 'register' to enrol. The full rogramme can be sent on request.

Contact: 01905 612789 or 07581 358272 or claire@morphconsultancy.co.uk

Please note that we often have a Reserve List for our Study Days and as we've faced a significant number of non-attendees recently, are now charging a non-attendance fee of £50 for delegates who do not attend without 24 hours’ notice. Therefore, if you are unable to attend, please do get in touch as soon as possible via claire@morphconsultancy.co.uk. We hope you understand.

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