Key resources for practice mangers during the COVID-19 crisis

Practice Business has collated a list of key resources which practice managers can use and refer to for guidance during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic 

Guidance from the RCGP and BMA to support GPs in the UK with their workload during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here. 

Business continuity is a key part of how we deliver safe care for patients and all practices should have plans to deal with unexpected events, including infection and pandemics. GPs and practices, together with NHS England Northeast, produced this exemplar document which meets current NHS England Emergency Planning Resilience and Response requirements. The business continuity plan can be customised for practice use by considering all the items marked in red. Click here.

Coronavirus – top 10 tips on what to do in primary care. Click here.

A document providing practical tips for safeguarding children, families and vulnerable adults during this period. Written by Dr Joy Shacklock, RCGP safeguarding clinical champion. Click here.

A document to aid understanding of the differences between self isolation and social distancing, and who is being advised to do which. Click here.

A brief screencast summarising the latest changes in death certification, in response to COVID-19. Click here. 

This short module outlines Dr Roger Neighbour’s top ten tips for hosting video consultations successfully in primary care. Click here. 

A short module which helps to identify high-risk vulnerable patients and discusses the differences between shielding and social isolation, as well as the actions that GPs need to take now to identify this group, and inform those patients who have been wrongly told to shield. Click here.

Guidelines that outline the contingency plans currently in place throughout North East London to manage appointments in response to COVID-19. Click here. 

Outline of plans currently in place throughout North East London for remote working in response to COVID-19. Click here.

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Top tips for GPs caring for care homes. Click here.

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