How to Use the CPMS for Collaboration
If you are a Co-ordinator or Project Manager of a European Reference Network, you are invited to a virtual familiarisation webinar - How to Use the CPMS for Collaboration - to be held on Tuesday, 19th September at 3pm, CET.
Following the success of the first one, we decided to host another one for those that couldn't make it.
We want to help your ERN make the best use of the CPMS.
In this training, you'll learn how to:
How to enroll a patient
How to open a consultation request
how to follow a consultation request right through to closure.
We will show you step-by-step the process involved, from beginning to end, of a consultation request.
You'll discover the ease with which, you will be able to seek help and give help.
Click here to register for the Webinar.
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