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General practice in the post covid world
“While much of the political focus during the pandemic response has been on acute hospitals and intensive care units, it is clear that general practice will have to deal with the health consequences of Covid-19... The social and economic impact of lockdown, for example social isolation and unemployment, will also have adverse health consequences”
Challenges and opportunities for general practice, Royal College of General Practitioners, July 2020.
The programme will provide you with evidence based support to address this challenge through a series of THREE SESSIONS designed to provide PRACTICAL guidance for the delivery of BEST CARE by answering these critical questions:
What are the factors which increase the risk of Long-Covid?
Who are the high-risk patients?
How can they be identified?
What are the most effective interventions?
What special care is need for black, Asian and minority ethnic groups?
What additional rehabilitation support is needed?
What are the examples of best practice in primary care?
How do we need to adapt service models to deliver optimal care?
Cutting through the uncertainties
Covid survivors report a bewildering complex of long-term consequences.
“Long hauler” symptoms of Covid-19
Each expert presentation will help you to:
Identify patients at risk
Highlight high-risk patients
Provide best care
Offer non-therapeutic support
Know when to refer to specialist care
All programmes start at approximately 18.30 and offer CPD points.
Join the experts for a live interactive session, answering your questions.
Programme starts at 10.00.
27th November 2021.
ANP Mann Cottage; Editor-in-Chief Primary Care Issues & Answers
Bev is a nurse practitioner and independent nurse prescriber working in general practice in Gloucestershire. She specialises in long term conditions. She is also an Education Facilitator for Herefordshire CCG and is the Editor-in-Chief of Practice Nurse Journal and Primary Care Issues & Answers. She has key roles in respiratory care including as Asthma Lead for the Association of Respiratory Nurse Specialists and with the Primary Care Respiratory Society Policy Forum. She is also the nurse board member for the Primary Care Cardiovascular Society. Bev has an MSc in Respiratory Care and an MA in Medical Ethics and Law. She has been a Queen’s Nurse since 2015.
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