Londonwide LMCs' 29 April 2020 Newsletter

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29 April 2020 newsletter

General Practice During The Pandemic: The Role of the General Practitioner and Practice Team

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Our new document guides practice teams on adapting to the Covid-19 challenge and maintaining the continuity of holistic general practice during the next phase.
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Our Living Guide and other updated resources

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Our main resource for practices remains our Living Guide, which is now on its fourth revision. We have also published and updated other guidance documents.
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GP Connect and enhanced Shared Care Record switch-on

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NHSX and NHS Digital are making temporary changes to make it easier to access these records in order to support the NHS to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Bank Holiday opening

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NHS England has issued its latest policy on bank holiday working on Friday 8 May, which is the revised date for this year’s May Day Bank Holiday.
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Covid-19 supplies update

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Covid-19 guidance

NHS England
BMA
Public Health England
Coronavirus (Covid-19): reuse of medicines in a care home or hospice
Non-Clinical FAQs for Covid-19
Professional clinical resources for Covid-19
Covid-19 processes concerning death of patients
Medicines management and monitoring for mental health
Immunisation principles during the Covid-19 pandemic
Shielding, self-isolation and social distancing
Guide to practice closure consequent upon the impact of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic
Remote examination guide
The clinical course of Covid-19 – what do we know
Monitoring of patients with suspected Covid-19
Non-acute essential care
PCN DES FAQs
 

 

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Last updated : 20 May 2020

 

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