This series is for healthcare professionals only.
Long Covid: The way ahead
Long Covid: Critical patient management issues in primary care
Critical Workload Issues in Primary Care which are exacerbated by Long Covid
Growth in workload in general practice
Embedding triage in general practice
Need for increased on-line consultations
Incorporating future vaccination demands
Long Covid and respiratory disease: Red flags and top tips
What is the prevalence/aetiology of respiratory symptoms of Long Covid in patients
What practical steps are needed
Hot Topics in COPD (This session contains promotion)
This session has been sponsored by Chiesi. This session contains promotional content.
Long Covid and cardiac disease: Red flags and top tips
How does Covid affect the cardiovascular and circulatory systems?
What is the prevalence of cardiac/circulatory symptoms in patients who are experiencing Long Covid?
Long Covid: Helping patients help themselves.
Importance and value of working with Long Covid patients to self-manage
NHS resources e.g. Your Covid Recovery
Other resources from additional professionals e.g. occupational therapists, psychologists, dieticians
What does treatment mean for the patient with VTE: Practical considerations from a primary care perspective
The symposium has been organised and fully funded by Bayer PLC and is intended for UK health care professionals only.
The healthcare professional: It's also about us!
ANP Mann Cottage; PCN Nurse Co-ordinator at Taurus Health
Bev is an advanced nurse practitioner and independent nurse prescriber working in general practice in Gloucestershire. She specialises in long term conditions. She is also PCN Nurse Co-ordinator at Taurus Health 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.