Date of prep: December 2020
Prescribing information and
adverse events reporting
For healthcare professionals only
We are incredibly proud to welcome friend and colleague of PIP Consultant Pharmacist Sotiris Antoniou to deliver this interactive session.
Sotiris Antoniou (BPharm Hons, MSc in clinical pharmacy, Diploma in Management, Independent prescriber) is a Consultant Pharmacist at Barts Heart Centre, Lead Cardiovascular Pharmacist for University College London (UCL) Partners, and an Honorary Senior Research Associate at UCL School of Pharmacy. He is Chair of international Pharmacist Anticoagulation Taskforce (iPACT) and the Cardiac Committee for the United Kingdom Clinical Pharmacy Association (UKCPA).
This live event will cover the emerging trends in oral anticoagulant use particularly in light of current events. We will briefly interview Sotiris to get a feel for the current reality on the ground, he will then deliver a short presentation and we will finish with an interactive question and answer session.
This webinar has been sponsored by Daiichi Sankyo Ltd. They have had no input into any aspect of the design and/or delivery of the advertised webinar; however please note that Daiichi Sankyo Ltd will make a short independent promotional presentation during the event. This event is for registered healthcare professionals only.
|23rd February 2021|
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Feedback from previous live events
“This was an excellent session, I learnt a lot, and have a lot of follow up reading to do, I wasn’t familiar with the GINA report and some of the other resources and websites mentioned are new to me too.”
“It’s brilliant that you have organised this session, it’s definitely an area where pharmacists can do so much more to improve care and help prevent deaths. You mooted perhaps a further session – I think this would be very worthwhile to reinforce learning.”
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