Maintaining and restoring general practice services
Advice on adjusting to changes in your practice due to COVID-19, including keeping on top of routine care.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the RCGP and the BMA’s GP committee has prepared joint guidance to help practices across the UK to prioritise the clinical and non-clinical workload in general practice.
This document from the RCGP and BMA outlines types of work that should be undertaken in primary care, depending on COVID-19 prevalence.
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.
A review of the various COVID-19 risk assessment tools for GPs and their staff.
Next steps for GP returners who wish to remain in the clinical workforce after the COVID-19 emergency period.
This brief module summarises the 'Infection prevention and control recommendations' from Public Health England.
- East London Health and Care Partnership – Primary Care Appointment System to Support Resource to Coronavirus Pandemic
Guidelines that outline the contingency plans currently in place throughout North East London to manage appointments in response to COVID-19.
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