Developing Sustainable Pathways In Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) During COVID-19 & Beyond: Sharing best practice to initiate and maintain change for the better

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Event Name Developing Sustainable Pathways In Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) During COVID-19 & Beyond: Sharing best practice to initiate and maintain change for the better
Location Webinar
Start Date 12:30pm 08/12/2020
Finish Date 2:00pm 08/12/2020
Booking Closes 5:00pm 07/12/2020 - Closing Soon!
Places Available
Event Description

Pharmacy Management has been commissioned by Ferring Pharmaceuticals to co-ordinate and facilitate an educational webinar on Tuesday 8 December 2020.

The webinar is entitled 'Developing Sustainable Pathways In Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) During COVID-19 & Beyond: Sharing best practice to initiate and maintain change for the better' and will cover:

 

  • IBD care during and after COVID-19
  • Commissioning for success COVID-19
  • Optimising the flare pathway in Primary Care to reduce hospital visits

The webinar will conclude with a panel discussion group focusing on:

  • A forward looking session: what has worked well and how do we ensure that positive change is driven, established and maintained
  • Personalising treatment for patients to optimise outcomes but also NHS resource
  • Minimising overall risk for patients whilst improving outcomes post COVID-19

The webinar will commence at 12.30pm and conclude at 14.00pm.

 

This webinar is organised and funded by Ferring Pharmaceuticals Ltd and is intended for healthcare professionals only.

Prescribing information will be available at this webinar.

UK-GAS-2000087

November 2020

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Contact Name Katie Fraser
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