Join us on the 4th October in Exeter for our Interpretation of Laboratory Tests Study Day.
This event is prioritised for Primary Care Pharmacists. If you are a member of another profession, please contact us before registering.
This is a FREE all day training event for Primary Care Pharmacists. Four expert speakers will cover Biochemistry, Haematology, there will also be a sessions on Monitoring Patients with Renal Disease and Revalidation. There will be plenty of case study time with an overall emphasis on clinical decision making, responding to abnormal results etc.
Overview of commonly requested tests – what they mean and how they can support the diagnostic process
Management of anaemia and B12 deficiency in primary care
Overview of commonly requested tests – what they mean, how they support the diagnosis and monitoring, how to interpret
Care of Patients with renal disease
Classification of renal disease
Tests and their interpretation
Prescribing for the patients with renal disease
Peer to Peer Review
There will case studies on all 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 firstname.lastname@example.org, 01905 612789
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