Key principles for clinical assessments undertaken remotely in response to COVID-19
Advice on best practice for remote consultations.
This resource is aimed at considering an online appointment system and gives useful set of questions to consider when using online consultations, such as which provider is used, the standard of patient care, and ensuring equitable access.
These top tips are for clinicians conducting telephone consultations to assess and advise patients concerned they may have COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
This RCGP guidance offers an approach to support clinicians when choosing a consultation modality during the pandemic.
- Guide to triaging patients with potential symptoms – flowchart for remote and face to face consultations
This flowchart is intended to guide and support GPs in assessing patients who are referred or present to GPs.
This guidance is aimed at clinicians who are consulting remotely with patients through a digital channel (e.g. online, email, text, video-link) across healthcare settings in England. We expect the key principles in this document to be generalisable across the UK.
This guidance is aimed at NHS general practice staff who are consulting via video with patients at home. It includes the key principles for safely assessing patients using a video consultation.
A practical guide to conducting video consultations in primary care, written by Professor Trisha Greenhalgh.