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Osteoporosis

MODULE

Leaders:
Dr Harpal Randeva
Mr A Parsons

Duration: 5 days

Assessment: 3 - 4,000 work assignment

CATS: 20

Code:
ME947

A comprehensive overview of the issues surrounding the diagnosis and management of osteoporosis
  • Designed to help those who are interested in developing a fuller understanding of current concepts and best practice in clinical management of osteoporosis, and also those who anticipate a future role in this rapidly developing area of health care
  • Designed to meet the need for CPD and CME in a multi-disciplinary context and is aimed at primary as well as secondary care sector professionals
  • Consists of lectures, tutorials and workshops held in the Medical School Building at The University of Warwick
  • You will have the opportunity to draw on experience from your own work place
  • There is a substantial component of home study with appropriate tutor support and contact time

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    Wed 11 Jul '18
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