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Management of Angina, Hypertension, Hyperlipidaemia and Heart Failure in Primary Care, Gloucestershire

MORPh Training

Friday, 20 September 2019 from 09:00 to 16:30 (BST)

Management of Angina, Hypertension, Hyperlipidaemia...

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Free for Primary Care Pharmacists 3d 9h 17m Free £0.00 £0.00
Tickets for GPs 3d 9h 17m £40.00 £2.69 £8.54

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*THIS IS THE REARRANGED DATE FOR THE ORIGINAL POSTPONED 11TH APRIL STUDY DAY*

These events are prioritised and FREE for Primary Care and GP Pharmacists, if you are from another healthcare profession please contact MORPh Training before registering. Many thanks.

Registration and coffee will start at 9.00am with the first talk beginning at 9.45am.

Our speakers are experts in their field and will look at the management in primary care of:

  • Angina - Dr Mrinal Saha, Consultant Cardiologist, Gloucester Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Hypertension 
  • Heart Failure - Dr David Lindsay, Consultant Cardiologist, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Hyperlidaemia - Dr Andrew Day, Consultant and Head of Department in Clinical Biochemistry and Metabolic Medicine, University Hospitals Bristol, NHS Foundation Trust

There will case studies on all four areas and a focus on both guidelines and practice. The day will be facilitated and chaired by a local head of medicines management or our clinical lead Dr Duncan Jenkins. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to get in touch with katalin@morphconsultancy.co.uk, 01905 612789

These events are sponsored by the pharmaceutical industry but the agenda is independently managed and developed by our clinical management team.

Please note that we often have a reserve list for our study days and as we've faced a significant number of non-attendances recently, we are now charging a non-attendance fee on free tickets.

We will now be charging a £40 non-attendance fee for delegates who do not attend without 7 days' notice.

Invoices are automatically issued therefore if you are unable to attend please contact us as soon as possible via events@morphconsultancy.co.uk. We hope you understand.

Paid tickets can be refunded up to 7 days before the event start date.

For more information on the day please contact Rachel via 07976417312

Do you have questions about Management of Angina, Hypertension, Hyperlipidaemia and Heart Failure in Primary Care, Gloucestershire? Contact MORPh Training

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Holiday Inn Gloucester
Crest Way, Barnwood, Gloucester
GL4 3RX Gloucester
United Kingdom

Friday, 20 September 2019 from 09:00 to 16:30 (BST)


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MORPh Training

MORPh Consultancy is a pharmacist owned and led consultancy based in Worcester. All our directors and associates are pharmacists with substantial experience in commissioning and delivering services in primary care. Since our inception in 2001, we have worked with both the NHS and Pharma delivering high quality advice, stakeholder and environment mapping, value proposation development, rebate management and development and now our primary care pharmacists training programmes.

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Study Days for Primary Care and GP Pharmacists 2018

MORPh Training have successfully delivered specialist training for GP and practice pharmacists across England. We are expanding our 2019 programme to include West Midlands, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Leicester, Manchester, Bristol, Exeter, Leeds, Cardiff and London. Each study day is facilitated by a CCG/HB Head of Medicines Management to ensure relevance and all our speakers are experts in their field. 2019 modules include: Asthma, CVS, Dermatology, Men's Health, Women’s Health, Diabetes, COPD, Mental Health, Anticoagulation, Frail and Elderly. Look on Eventbrite or our website to register www.morphconsultancy.co.uk

Managing your GP Practice Career Successfully

We have developed by MORPh in association with the PDA, a series of evening workshops aimed at helping GP pharmacists understand their competencies and manage day to day challenges  to prevent pharmacists from encountering claims and incidents in the future. The resultant training events are now to be rolled out nationally across all four Countries of the UK and will be provided free of charge as a member benefit; Keeping Patients Safe. Learn more via : www.the-pda.org/pda-plus/risk-management-training/.

“The event was amazing and I learnt a lot, lots of CPD topics and a vast amount of knowledge. Looking forward to the next event, how do I book for the 2019 events?!" Farida Mohiddin, Pharmacist.

 

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