Respiratory Medicines Optimisation challenges in General Practice for Clinical Pharmacists

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Event Name Respiratory Medicines Optimisation challenges in General Practice for Clinical Pharmacists
Location Mercure Haydock Hotel
Start Date 12:30pm 20/09/2018
Finish Date 5:00pm 20/09/2018
Booking Closes 9:00am 18/09/2018
Places Available
Event Description

The aim of the workshop will be to offer an overview of the challenge in managing respiratory conditions for practice based Clinical Pharmacists and to share information about Medicines Optimisation of Triple Therapy in COPD. Guest speakers will include Steven Riley, current lead for the NHS England GP Clinical Pharmacist Pilot Scheme in Greater Manchester and Professor Dave Singh, COPD Programme Lead at Manchester Biomedical Research Centre.

Delegates will then participate in facilitated workshops to discuss learnings and develop understanding of managing respiratory conditions.

This meeting is organised and funded by Chiesi Ltd. Chiesi funding covers invitation to the meeting, the meeting costs, subsistence, speaker honoraria and some standard class travel. For the avoidance of doubt Chiesi neither seeks nor expects you or those with whom you practice to promote the administration, consumption, prescription, purchase, recommendation, sale, supply or use of any Chiesi medicinal products in connection with the funding here provided for.

There will be a promotional exhibition stand in a private area at this meeting.

This meeting contains both educational and promotional content.  

CHSPK20180737d - July 2018

 

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