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Title: "The contribution of pharmacists in non-communicable diseases: Cardiovascular diseases"

Time:

Wednesday, Feb 12, 2020 8:30 PM - 9:30 PM IST

Thu, Feb 13, 2020 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM IST

Learning objectives:

1. To get an overview of the different roles that pharmacists can play in the management of cardiovascular diseases in terms of prevention, screening, patient referral, disease state management and treatment optimization.

2. To learn about the FIP reference paper on NCDs launched in April (including selected international best practices/examples)

3. To develop the knowledge and skills for developing professional services in this area.

Requirements:

This webinar is free to attend once registered. Make sure that you installed GoToMeeting Application in your Mobile / Desktop.

The remainders or the Webinar Invitation link will be forward to your registered email-id.

The webinar is free for all the registered members.


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