Nationally recognised Speakers and CPD without the travel
Register now for Pfizer's series of educational webinars on a broad range of therapeutic areas delivered by recognised Healthcare experts. Avail of CPD accredited education from the comfort of your own desk.
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Our webinars are
recognised for CPD
All of our webinars are individually recognised for CPD, meaning you can keep upskilled and learn on the go through the Pfizer webinar portal. All of our webinars are free for registered HCP’s residing within Ireland.
Presentation by Irish
Key Opinion Leaders
All of Pfizer’s webinars are conducted and delivered by local Irish medical experts who are recognised nationally as experts in their field. Our presenters will cover a broad range of therapeutic areas over the course of each webinars series, so tune in to the ones that matter most to you.
Tune in on a
variety of devices
On registering for one of our webinars we will send an invitation to your email address provided. All you have to do is click the link to join the webinar – which can be viewed on your desktop, laptop, tablet or phone. We use the best technology to ensure you have a great experience.
"Delivered by excellent presenters and stimulate further study"
"Pfizer webinars cover wide-ranging topics delivered by excellent presenters and stimulate further study and review of practice. They can be slotted into busy day at lunchtime and are always very useful to everyday practice."Dr Joyce Hayward, GP, Clarinbridge, Galway
"I have found the Webinars excellent"
"I have found the Webinars excellent. They are at a good time (Thursday lunch hour). I have them on as I have my lunch, and I frequently am joined by my GP colleagues. The lectures frequently provoke conversation about the topics discussed, and that often makes us look at the way we deal with issues. Keep it up. I will still be attending for the foreseeable future."Dr David Curtis, GP, Sunnyside Medical Centre, Wexford