FREE WEBINAR: The importance of monitoring calprotectin on a regular basis

How can IBD patients benefit from regular monitoring?

Join us in a webinar and learn about how monitoring can help IBD patients today and in the future.

Date: Thursday, June 17th, 2021
Time:
8:00 am (British Summer Time) / 9:00 am (Central European Summer Time)
Duration:
~60 minutes incl. Q&A

Key Speaker: Mr. Charlie Lees, Professor of Gastroenterology, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh and Senior Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Last day for signup: Friday, June 11, 2021

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FREE WEBINAR: The importance of monitoring calprotectin on a regular basis

How can IBD patients benefit from regular monitoring?

Join us in a webinar and learn about how monitoring can help IBD patients today and in the future.

Date: Thursday, June 17th, 2021
Time:
8:00 am (British Summer Time) / 9:00 am (Central European Summer Time)
Duration:
~60 minutes incl. Q&A

Key Speaker: Mr. Charlie Lees, Professor of Gastroenterology, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh and Senior Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Last day for signup: Friday, June 11, 2021

CALPRO Webinar-1 > Download calendar reminder

 

 

Did you know that Calpro’s solutions for measuring calprotectin may help shape the future for IBD patients?

Our Key Speaker, Prof. Charlie Lees, has used the Calpro Elisa assay in his lab for approximately 15 years and the results have given him and his team a large database of useful information. In addition, Charlie has a deep interest in studying environmental factors that have an impact on the development of IBD.
 

In this webinar, presented by Line Tommerup, Country Manager DK & Project Manager International eHealth / Pharma Projects at Calpro, we get the opportunity to learn more about Charlie Lees’ work and his view on how data can be used to shape the treatment of IDB in future.


 

Key Learning Objectives

  • The importance of monitoring calprotectin with regular intervals
  • How data can help us to start tackle IBD
  • The importance of digital tools

Who Should Attend

  • Distributors
  • Health Care Professionals
  • Patient Organisations
  • Partners

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