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Welcome to the

2nd GLOBAL LIVER HEALTH FORUM

June 4th / October 8th / October 22nd 2021

Held virtually

Webinar 2&3: Liver health management with paradigm shift & Use of EPLs

In the webinar 2, speakers will focus on raising the awareness of the key factors influencing NAFLD and discuss vital paradigm shifts in this area. In the webinar 3, discussions will be about emerging trends in NAFLD/MAFLD and fatty liver management including the use of essential phospholipids.

8th October 2021            10:00-11:45 (CET)
22nd October 2021         10:00-13:00 (CET)

It’s a real honour to welcome you back!

WHAT’S NEW THIS YEAR:

  • 3 separate events throughout the year.
  • Latest research showing the paradigm shift from NAFLD to MAFLD.
  • This paradigm shift will be explored for its impact on diagnosis and treatment.
  • Discover the latest digital tools to improve connectivity and outcomes in your NAFLD patients.
  • Consider the updated guidelines for MAFLD.

And of course: discussion with our international experts.

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3 WEBINARS
Held in June & Oct

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12 SPEAKERS
Internationally renowned
experts

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9 COUNTRIES
Around a virtual table

5 reasons to participate


reason-1 To stay up to date in the ever changing field of liver care.
reason-2 To understand how research and clinical practice are coming together to improve patient outcomes.
reason-3 To exchange with your peers in a environment of mutual experience and expectations.
reason-4 To benefit from updated information and digital tools that will enhance your clinical practice.
reason-5 To network with some of the most influential professionals in liver health.

Register for GLHF 2021 today!


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Resources for your clinical practice

Discover a library of educational resources such as scientific articles, videos and presentations about Liver health: NAFLD and diagnosis, patient cases, resources for patients and EPL evidence.

> NAFLD Disease and Diagnosis / > EPL evidence / > Information for patients / > Patient cases 

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