Laboratory investigations in Primary care - Brigho

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Clifton Village

Brighouse

HD6 4HW

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Laboratory Investigations in Primary Care - Interpret and analyse commonly requested blood tests in Primary care - CPD accredited

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Welcome to Primary Care Skills Limited Training event:

Laboratory Investigations in Primary Care

Date: 1st September 2019 - 9am registration, 10am to 4.30pm

Venue: Holiday Inn, Clifton Village, Brighouse, HD6 4HW

Learning Outcomes:

Interpret and analyse commonly requested blood tests in primary care

Appreciate the different variants that make up the FBC and the pathology relating to those variants

Understand the reasons why FBC is requested in primary care and identify disease trends by interpreting and analysing the results

Understanding and interpretation of immunology tests

Appreciate the different hormones secreted by the adrenal gland and the diseases relating to the overproduction and underproduction of these hormones

Understand the different enzymes used to monitor liver function. How to interpret and analyse liver function tests to identify liver pathology. The referral process of abnormal liver tests in primary care.

Understand kidney pathology, the parameters used to monitor kidney function and the metabolic disorder associated with acid base imbalance in CKD.

Speakers*:

Dr Raheel Ahmed (Cardiology Registrar)

Dr Haris Kartsios (Consultant Haematologist)

*Speakers may change in extreme circumstances 

Price: £40

CPD Accredited - 6hrs

Lunch & refreshments provided

Please note: there are no refunds within 7 days of the event. 

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Holiday Inn

Clifton Village

Brighouse

HD6 4HW

United Kingdom

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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