This webinar on Thursday 9 July, 1-2pm was jointly presented by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP), the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) and the Academic Health Science Network.
Chaired by Dr Jonathan Leach OBE, RCGP Hon Sec and COVID lead, with Dr Mike Linney, Paediatrican and Registrar of the RCPCH, Dr Simon Stockley, GP and Clinical Advisor to RCGP on COVID-19, and Dr Alison Tavaré, Primary Care Clinical Lead at West of England Academic Health Science Network, the webinar covered:
- COVID-19 and children
- Identifying and managing non-COVID-related illness
- A brief review of the wider impact of COVID-19
You can watch a recording of the webinar and download the presentation <link to RESOURCE NUMBER R31>.
This webinar is the third in a series hosted by the AHSN Network as part of its Health and Care Reset campaign <link to REPORT NUMBER Report4>, taking the opportunity to use the changes and progress made during the pandemic to chart the way towards a more modern, responsive and flexible model of service delivery in the future.
For more COVID-19 resources for general practitioners, including recordings of the previous webinars, please visit our primary care patient safety pages:
- COVID-19: Patient assessment and the role of physiology and oximetry
- Primary care in care homes during COVID-19
Follow this link for more information on patient safety during COVID-19
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