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General Practice/Family Medicine

Online Training and Research

IPCRGThe International Primary Care Respiratory Group

The International Primary Care Respiratory Group have signposted to various resources relating to general COVID-19 guidance specific to primary care. Link.

The Primary Care Respiratory Society

The Primary Care Respiratory Society have provided advice relating to safety-netting and management of at-risk patient groups. They have also signposted to other resources which may be useful to those working in a primary care setting. Link.

Royal College of General Practitioners

The Royal College of General Practitioners have disseminated up-to-date guidance and resources to support GP’s and their teams in patient care and management during the pandemic. Link.

Information and guidance on risk minimisation and changes to General Practice have been provided by the Royal College of General Practitioners. Link.

Children’s Commisioner

Guidance from the Children’s Commisioner on how to manage children at home during the pandemic. The guidance is designed for use by children and their families and covers a range of topics including infection control. Link.

WHO – The World Health Organisation

The World Health Organisation has issued “Country and Technical Guidance” relating to COVID-19. Clinical care, infection control, surveillance and risk communication a few examples of the items covered. Link.

The World Health Organisation have produced a video summarising key COVID-19 facts. Link.

The New England Journal of Medicine

A collection of articles and resources in the New England Medical Journal which includes clinical reports and management guidelines. Link.

NHS

A collection of resources provided by NHS England and NHS Improvement. The resources are aimed at those working in primary care, and include guidance relating to assessment, management and clinical policy. Link.

GOV.ORG

Public Health England have issued guidance on how to shield vulnerable people from COVID-19 infection. Link.

BMA – The British Medical Association

The British Medical Association have collected official guidance relating to COVID-19- for doctors, medical students and retired doctors. Link.

NHS London – Clinical Networks

A Primary care and community respiratory resource pack from NHS London, which contains pathway diagrams, as well as guidance on palliative and home care, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Link.

Professional Record Standards Body

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Professional Record Standards Body has published guidance for health and care professionals in collaboration with NHS Digital. Link.

AAFP – American Academy of Family Physicians

CME webinars for FPs. Link.

Ventilator Management and COVID19 – what family physicians need to know. Link.

Free CME for family doctors. There are COVID Town Halls and Webinar CMEs available for free here along with wellbeing resources. Link.

Telehealth:
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WONCA – Global Family Doctor

WONCA (World Organization of Family Doctors) COVID resources. Link.

University of California – San Fransico

Psychiatry/Mental Health COVID resources. Link.

CCIRKC – Communities Concerned for Immigrants & Refugees

Links to COVID resources in 40 languages. Link.

AMA – American Medical Association

Telehealth:
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Palletive care Team

Resus discussions over the phone infographic. Link.

eGPlearning

Video Consultations : Top 5 tips for GPs and primary care (2019). Link.

 

Podcasts

Apple

Episode 108. Link.

Hippo Education

Multiple free episodes on Covid – see webpage for detail. Link.