HYPERAMMONAEMIA

Hyperammonaemia - E-learning course


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(Please note this is open learning - no certificate is provided at the end of the course)

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

This publication is adapted from the e-learning module of the Orphan Europe Academy E-learning course "Hyperammonaemia" which was devised by:

  • Johannes Häberle (University Children's Hospital, Zurich)
  • Stefan Kölker (University Hospital for Childhood and Adolescent Medicine in Heidelberg)
  • John Walter (Willink Unit, Genomic Medicine, Manchester University Hospitals)
  • Frédéric Sedel (Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital)
  • with Jean-Marie Saudubray acting as senior advisor

We are most grateful to them & to Orphan Europe & the Recordati Foundation for allowing us to use it.

Every effort has been made to contact copyright holders. If any have been inadvertently overlooked, all necessary arrangements will be made to correct this at the first opportunity.

We are also grateful to Daisy Rymen (Metabolic Fellow at University Children's Hospital, Zurich) who provided feedback from a reader's perspective and who phrased the interactive questions.