Webinar: IBS and Medication
Join our webinar on IBS and Medication
Webinar: IBS and Medication
Join us at 11.30am on Monday 16 October 2023 for our webinar on IBS and Medication with pharmacist Ilkin Kasmani.
In the webinar, Ilkin will explore the range of IBS medications available to treat the many different symptoms of IBS.
The cost of the webinar is £5 to members and £15 to non-members.
To receive the member discount, make sure you SIGN IN to your account here BEFORE PURCHASING the webinar. https://www.theibsnetwork.org/
When you have signed in to your membership account, your discount will then be automatically applied.
PLEASE NOTE: The member discount cannot be applied after purchase has been made.
Remember to check your JUNK folder if you don’t see the link to the webinar in your INBOX within 15 minutes of purchase.
After making your purchase, you will receive two emails from us.
The first email will be a confirmation of your purchase and the second will contain the link to attend the live webinar.
These emails will automatically be sent to the email address from which you made your purchase. Please make sure you purchase the webinar using the email address that you would like the link to be sent.
IF YOU DO NOT receive the link to the webinar in your INBOX within an hour of purchasing, CHECK your JUNK folder. We are unable to sort out any issues on the morning of the webinar as we will be busy preparing for the webinar. You must check you have everything you need to attend at the time of your purchase.
Places are limited so please book now.
As with all our webinars, the sessions will be recorded. If you purchase the webinar and are unable to attend live, don’t worry, we will send you the recording, just give us up to five days to download, edit and send. (There’ll be no need to email or phone the office to chase us, rest assured we will send you the recording when it is ready).
We’re looking forward to seeing you at 11.30am on Monday 16 October 2023.
Ilkin is a hospital pharmacist within Critical Care at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital in Glasgow. Before this, whilst at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Ilkin, working together with the University of Strathclyde, was responsible for the delivery of the education and training of MSc students. She is a qualified independent pharmacist prescriber and works together with the clinical team to make changes to medicines that improve the quality and safety of patient care. Ilkin has also been a member of the critical care team at Buckinghamshire NHS Trust, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and the Royal Free London Hospital. IBS is something very close to her heart as she has been living with the condition for the last 20 years.
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