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This Guidelines half-day virtual event featured the following webinars:
Managing iron deficiency anaemia in primary care
Dr Kevin Barrett—Clinical Lead for Gastroenterology at the Hertfordshire Valleys Clinical Commissioning Group (HVCCG)
A practical approach to managing patients with hepatic encephalopathy (HE) post COVID lockdown
Dr Andrew Yeoman—Consultant Hepatologist, Royal Gwent Hospital
The on-demand presentation by Sarah Marshall is currently not available
Feedback from live webinar attendees:
Good speaker, relevant to everyday practice, practical advice
Very interesting topics and useful for GPs – thank you
Very helpful presentation and I would like to attend more of these.
After watching the ’Managing iron deficiency anaemia in primary care’ webinar, download your CPD certificate here.
After watching the ’A practical approach to managing patients with hepatic encephalopathy (HE) post COVID lockdown’ webinar, download your CPD certificate here.
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Date of preparation: July 2021