Webinar - NWL Respiratory / Hot Hub Update

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Unprecedented times require an unprecedented response. To mount a co-ordinated response and communicate consistently will require primary care and community staff to work as one team – 111, Integrated Urgent Care, Primary Care (both in and out of hours), Community Respiratory Teams, and a pool of staff responding to the call for extra help. This requires the redesign of the entire community pathway and the establishment of new methods of working.

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Target audience: GPs

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Contributed by: Yasmin Razak
Authored by: Dr Sarah Elkin, Consultant in Respiratory & General Medicine, Imperial and SRO Respiratory NWL STP
Dr Vince Mak, Consultant Integrated Care Physician, Imperial and Clinical Director, London Respiratory Network
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Last updated: 07 June 2020
First contributed: 04 June 2020
Audience access level: Full user

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