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Professional Education Event: PATIENTS WHO FAILED PREVIOUS HCV THERAPY: MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES TO RAI

>>>>This course is designed for physicians treating hepatitis C patients. Physician assistants,nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and pharmacists are also welcome to participate.

October 11th, 2012 - October 11th, 2012 (6:30 PM - 8:30 PM) - $Free

Contact: Priscilla Call Essert (Email)
Phone: 415-248-1060, Ext. 1(Fax: 415-248-1066) | Register | More Information

Hosted by American Liver Foundation
Bocanova Restaurant - Directions
55 Webster Street
Suite 1048
Oakland, CA 94607

Dr. Aijaz Ahmed, Associate Professor and Medical Director of the Liver Transplant Program at Stanford University School of Medicine, will present, "Patients Who Failed Previous HCV Therapy: Management Strategies to Raise Cure Rates."

LEARNING OBJECTIVES (CME/CNE/CE)

Upon completion of this activity, the participant intends to incorporate the following objectives into their practice of medicine:

• Select appropriate anti-HCV regimens according to the AASLD recommendations in my patients who had failed previous HCV therapy

• Utilize my understanding of potential resistance associated with antiviral therapy to optimize SVR rates in my patients who had failed previous HCV therapy

• Prescribe management approaches for my HCV patients who develop complications associated with antiviral combination therapy

LEARNING OBJECTIVES (CPE)

Upon completion of this activity, the pharmacist should be able to:

• Recommend appropriate anti-HCV regimens according to the AASLD recommendations in my patients who had failed previous HCV therapy

• Utilize my understanding of potential resistance associated with antiviral therapy to optimize SVR rates in my patients who had failed previous HCV therapy

• Utilize management approaches for my HCV patients who develop complicationsassociated with antiviral combination therapy

Page updated: September 20th, 2012