ISCP: A to Z of CV Pharmacotherapy Webinar Series
Published: 26 May 2022
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The International Society of Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy (ISCP) are pleased to present a collection of six webinars as part of their A to Z of Pharmacotherapy Series.
Published every other month until Dec 2022, these 60-min webinars feature expert panellists, speakers and moderators with live Q&A audiences and EBAC accreditation (1 CME point) for all live views.
This series is ideal for doctors, nurses, pharmacists, family physicians, internists, healthcare students and cardiovascular therapy researchers.
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Mr Franco Cheng is a lecturer at the Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacy at University of Hong Kong. Prior to joining HKU as a pharmacist in 2021, Franco worked in both private and public hospitals in Hong Kong with extensive exposure to cardiology.
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