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Medical Practice Consulting hosted the CPD Management Systems for the 2012 African Health Congress from 09 to 11 May 2012. The Africa Health Congress represents the largest healthcare congress in Africa and draws thousands of delegates every year.
A number of conferences were hosted at this year's Africa Health Congress and saw topical issues like Mobile Health, Infectious Diseases and Ethics & Human Rights being addressed, to mention but a few.
All delegates' CPD attendance certificates are available online. The advanced Medical Practice Consulting CPD Management Systems issued all attendance certificates the very same day that the congress concluded, ensuring that all delegates receive their proof of attendance on time. Effective CPD management is part of MPC's commitment to the development of healthcare professionals across Africa.
You may access your Africa Health CPD attendance certificate for any of the following conferences hosted during the three-day congress by registering your free online profile with Medical Practice Consulting, at www.mpconsulting.co.za:
Delegates may access their attendance certificate by registering a free profile with Medical Practice Consulting, by clicking on the "Register a Profile" button below.
For all other CPD registers submitted at any of the conferences listed above without the required Healthcare Council Number, please click the "Africa Health Congress CPD Support" button below for assistance to obtain your CPD attendance certificate.