Jan 20th, 2021 by primarycareknowledgeboost
Lisa and Sara talk to Dr Adam Abbs about remote consulting. Dr Abbs is a GP who has written a handbook about remote consulting which has been accredited by the RCGP.
Remote consulting has been in our lives for quite some time now, and this doesn’t look likely to change anytime soon so we thought it was worth getting some more hints and tips to make us all the best remote consulters that we can be. We talk about common pitfalls, how to do some examinations remotely and a couple of special situations such as care homes and patients with visual or hearing impairments.
**This is an amended episode from the one originally uploaded this morning as we realised that an older edit had been uploaded in error.
Primary Care Pathways Website, Remote Consulting: https://primarycarepathways.co.uk/covid-19/clinical-assessment/resources-to-support-remote-working-for-doctors
EGP Learning: https://egplearning.co.uk/
Remote Consultations Handbook: https://www.archealth.io/handbook
GMC Remote Consultations: https://www.gmc-uk.org/ethical-guidance/ethical-hub/remote-consultations
Healthier Together Website: https://what0-18.nhs.uk/professionals/gp-primary-care-staff/clinical-pathways-remote-assessment
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