Medway lecturer invited to Westminster

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Jerome Durodie, a clinical lecturer at the School of Pharmacy, participated in the annual patient choice awards at Portcullis House (houses of parliament), Westminster, on the evening of the 25th June.

He was invited as part of his involvement with ACSMA (the AntiCoagulation Self-Monitoring Alliance) and ACE (AntiCoagulation Europe). These annual awards celebrate the contribution that healthcare professionals and others around the UK make to patients on long-term warfarin on a daily basis.

The associated reception, hosted by the Health Select Committee Member Virendra Sharma MP, provided the opportunity for patients, healthcare professionals and members of parliament (including the shadow Minister for Health, Andrew Gwynne MP) to discuss self-monitoring and care support to help formulate and direct NHS decisions.


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