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Join live and hear from Christina Lampe, on April 6, 2022, at 18:00 CEST for a 30-minute case studies presentation MPS Case Studies - Practical Examples of an Effective Identification and Referral Process - followed by 15 minutes of questions from the audience

Dear colleague,

We are pleased to invite you to the second webinar in the 2022 Series featuring MPS Case Studies - Practical Examples of an Effective Identification and Referral Process, taking place on April 6, 2022, at 18:00 Central European Summer Time (12:00 EDT, 09:00 PDT). Attendance is free and you can register for the webinar here.

As part of Excellence in Pediatrics' ongoing Spot The Early Sings Educational Program, and ‘Think Rare’ Campaign, we are delighted to host our next case studies webinar on Mucopolysaccharidosis.  

Join us next week to be walked through a number of practical examples of an effective MPS identification and referral process - taking a step-by-step approach. 

Join live and hear from Christina Lampe, Director of the Centre for Rare Diseases of the Department of Child Neurology, Epileptology and Social Medicine, Center for Paediatric and Adolescent Medicine, University Hospital of Gießen, Germany

Can't attend the live event? By registering, you will receive a link to the on-demand version after the session concludes.

Don't forget to mark your calendar!

Yours sincerely,

Excellence in Pediatrics Institute

Register Here


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✓ Reviewing the main red flags, signs and symptoms, the basis of diagnostics and when to refer if you suspect MPS     

✓ Better understand how to suspect and confirm MPS patients in your everyday practice    

✓ Increase your awareness about the main presenting signs of mucopolysaccharidoses    

✓ Exploring the clues on when suspect MPS based on the symptoms and family history    

✓ Reviewing how to best follow up with patients - what are the immediate next steps

This educational activity is designed for an international audience of General Pediatricians, General Practitioners, Pediatric Endocrinologists, Pediatric Rheumatologists and other physicians and healthcare professionals with an interest in Metabolic Diseases.

The MPS Resource Centre is independently developed and managed by EiP in terms of content, topics and speakers appointed. Unrestricted grants are sought to support EIP activities and Sanofi has provided an unrestricted grant to partially support EIP's work on the misdiagnosis of metabolic disorders.
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