Cardiovascular Medicines Optimisation Moving Forward

These meetings are intended for UK Healthcare Professionals and have been developed in accordance with the ABPI Code of Practice.

Event Name Cardiovascular Medicines Optimisation Moving Forward
Location Virtual - Joining link will be sent 48 hours prior
Start Date 12:00pm 28/10/2021
Finish Date 2:00pm 28/10/2021
Booking Closes 12:00pm 28/10/2021
Places Available
Event Description

Join us on Thursday 28th October 2021 for an educational webinar around the subject of 'Cardiovascular Medicines Optimisation Moving Forward'.

The webinar will commence at 12 noon and conclude at 2pm and include the following sessions:


Cardiovascular priorities – improving outcomes through innovation - Alison Warren, Consultant Pharmacist Cardiology, University Hospitals Sussex and Sussex Clinical Commissioning Groups (Brighton and Hove) CCG

  • The CV / diabetes agenda
  • Cardio-renal considerations

A practical CV programme within primary care: Pharmacy led medicines optimisation - Gareth Malson, Lead PCN pharmacist, Chester East PCN

  • Developing trends of primary care medicines optimisation in CV

AstraZeneca Symposium. Renal Outcome Trial Overview – Product Specific PresentationProfessor David Wheeler Professor of Kidney Medicine at University College London

This promotional symposium is sponsored by and arranged by AstraZeneca.

Renal Care and Cardiovascular Symptoms – the links and future treatments - Sam Mahmoudi, Renal Pharmacist, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

  • New evidence
  • Holistic patient management to deliver better outcomes

Facilitated Panel Discussion Group Panel discussion to include all speakers


This webinar is sponsored by AstraZeneca who have had no input into the design or content of the webinar except for the indicated sponsored presentation.

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Contact Name Laura Carr
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