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In this article Dr Griffiths reflects on the inspirational nature of Sunderland’s Ambulatory Emergency Care (AEC) project.
An Advanced Paramedic Practitioner in Milton Keynes, describes how he safely uses his mobile to take clinical photos in both a surgery setting and when visiting patients at home.
Dr Barnes, a consultant in Sunderland, answers a Phone Advice & Guidance call and avoids an admission for an elderly patient.
The Clinical Lead for Emergency Medicine at Ninewells Hospital in NHS Tayside discusses how consultants at the hospital answer calls from Junior Doctors, doctors working in Primary Care and their
In this video, consultants from Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust share their thoughts on the benefits of using the Phone Advice & Guidance service.
One of the most common questions we encounter when discussing Phone Advice & Guidance is “what do the consultants think about it?” We sent a film crew to NGH to ask exactly that question.
The Guardian uncovers the cutting-edge tech transforming healthcare in this feature created in co-operation with the Royal United Hospitals Bath and NHS Bath and North East Somerset CCG.
A GP in NHS Tayside Health Board avoids admission for patient with possible pneumonia of influenza by using Phone A&G to speak to a specialist at Ninewells Hospital.
A GP in North East Essex CCG used Phone Advice & Guidance to get A&G from the Cardiology Team at her local trust, resulting in an admission avoided for an elderly patient.
A GP in South Warwickshire CCG used Phone Advice & Guidance to get A&G from South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust, and gets great results for a diabetes patient.
A GP in Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board uses Phone Advice & Guidance to avoid a late evening admission for an elderly patient.
A GP in Wiltshire CCG explains how she used Phone Advice & Guidance to get immediate A&G from Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust for a complex gastro case.
A GP in Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board avoids an acute admission for a patient with inflammatory bowel disease by using Phone A&G to speak to a gastroenterologist from his local hospital.
A GP in South Warwickshire CCG used Phone Advice & Guidance to get A&G from South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust, and gets great results for a gynae patient.
A GP in Hardwick CCG used Phone Advice & Guidance to get A&G from her local trust, Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, avoiding clinic referral for a gynae patient.
A GP in South Warwickshire CCG avoids acute admission for a cancer patient by using Phone A&G from her local trust, South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust.
A GP in Milton Keynes CCG prevents an emergency situation for an ill baby by using Phone A&G from her local trust, Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
A GP in Somerset CCG used the Consultant Connect App to get A&G from the Rheumatology Team at his local trust for a patient with atypical Polymyalgia Rheumatica presentation.
A GP in Lambeth used Phone Advice & Guidance to get A&G from the Rheumatology Team at her local trust for an elderly patient with swollen lower legs and joint pain.
A GP in Southwark CCG uses Photo Advice & Guidance to get immediate A&G from the Dermatology Team at his local trust for a patient with a facial rash not responding to treatment.
Dr Emma Cull discusses how she takes secure clinical photos using Safe Clinical Photography (PhotoSAF) via the Consultant Connect App.
Dr Claire Kendrick discusses how she uses Safe Clinical Photography (PhotoSAF) to take pictures of her patients' skin conditions.
A GP in Southwark CCG uses Photo Advice & Guidance to get immediate A&G from the Dermatology Team at her local trust for a child with a body rash and a history of eczema.
Dr Clive Anggiansah, a GP in Bexley CCG, discusses how he uses Safe Clinical Photography (PhotoSAF) via the Consultant Connect App to benefit his patients.
Dr Catherine Napper, a locum GP in Bath and North East Somerset CCG, explains why she thinks using the PhotoSAF feature on the Consultant Connect App is beneficial to both her patients and herself.
In this video, GPs in Solihull explain how using Photo Advice & Guidance through the Consultant Connect App allows them to share images directly with a community GPER.
A GP in Somerset CCG avoids admission for a Peripheral Vascular Disease patient by using the Consultant Connect App to get Phone A&G from specialists at his local trust.
Read our latest feature, created by HSJ in co-operation with the Leeds Cancer Programme about how teledermatology is improving cancer care in Leeds.
Dr Mo Sahebjalal, a consultant on the National Consultant Network, answers a Phone Advice & Guidance call, avoiding an unnecessary referral for a 75-year-old patient with a rash.
Dr Davey, a consultant on the National Network, answers a GP's Phone Advice & Guidance call - preventing a possible stroke for a patient.
Dr Manmit Kaur, a consultant on the National Consultant Network, answers a GP's Phone Advice & Guidance call - avoiding unnecessary referral for a patient with long history of body pain.
NHS England has published a QIPP Case Study on our Phone Advice & Guidance project in North East Essex.
Michael Muir, Clinical Stroke Lead and paramedic at the Scottish Ambulance Service, describes how he uses Phone Advice & Guidance to speak to consultants at Ninewells Hospital at NHS Tayside ...
Keith Dickinson, a paramedic at the Scottish Ambulance Service, describes how he uses Phone Advice & Guidance to speak to consultants at Ninewells Hospital at NHS Tayside Health Board.
Find out why our project in Somerset features in the NHS England’s Elective Care Transformation Programme’s “Gastroenterology Elective Care Handbook & Case Studies.”
Find out why our project in Stockport features in the NHS England’s Elective Care Transformation Programme’s “Gastroenterology Elective Care Handbook & Case Studies.”
This feature, created by HSJ in co-operation with Luton & Dunstable University Hospital, shares key ingredients for meeting the Four-Hour A&E target successfully.
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