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60 min

Atypical disease presentation in older people

19 May
1 : 00 PM (+2 GMT Cairo) 3 : 00 PM (+4 GMT Dubai)
For Pharmacists, For Doctors, Soft skills

Atypical disease presentation in older people


ZOOM PLATFORM . ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Along with Dr Sanah Hasan


Because illness in older adults is complicated by physical changes of aging and by multiple medical problems, it is essential for healthcare providers to recognize more commonly seen atypical presentations of illness in older adults. For example, subtle changes like a decrease in function or a diminished appetite are very often the first signs of illness in an older adult. This webinar with Dr Sanah Hasan provides specific information on the atypical presentation of illness in older adults.


Target audience:

  • Clinical pharmacists
  • Doctors
  • Pharmacists

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Author
Dr Sanah Hasan
Associate Professor - College of Pharmacy - Ajman University
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  • Internet-enabled device: PC, laptop, tablet;
  • Internet speed at least 1024 Kbps;
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