PPE in Primary Care

In recent weeks, newspapers, clinical journals and social media sites have documented ongoing concerns about health and social care staff not getting the PPE required to deliver safe patient care. In response to growing concerns about …

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Promoting patient-centred care with health & wellbeing apps

With the current pandemic clinicians are challenged to provide quality remote care for patients. Apps are a practical tool to support self-management and remote monitoring, but there are so many out there and it can be …

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Virtual diabetes and Ramadan education sessions

AstraZeneca has organised a series of webinars to help clinicians prepare for Ramadan which starts on April 23rd You can register for free using the links below: Thursday April 9, 12.30 – 1.30pm https://astrazeneca.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Ad6Mgw6tR8uxXp4uZtAciA Thursday April …

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Diabetes ahead

Today’s clinical topic is primary care diabetes management which has undergone a sudden transformation in light of the current pandemic. Routine diabetes care is on hold and practices have moved to remote consultations, which I suspect …

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We need to talk about COVID…

We’ve got something a little different to share with you today. Meet Naomi Berry, one of our tutors with a long history at the Primary Care Training Centre! Naomi graduated from the Cert HE course and …

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Supply of Inhalers

Yesterday we introduced you to Andrew Booth, an experienced Respiratory Nurse Specialist working in a GP practice. In part 1 of his blog he shared his ‘RESPIRATORY SUPER-USEFUL LINKS’. Today’s post is about the supply of …

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