This webinar with Dr Stephen Barclay and Carly Love is being delivered as part of the GP Fellowship Education Programme. It is open to Cambridgeshire and Peterborough GPs who are on the C&P GP Fellowship Scheme or who are within their first 5 years of practice.
The session is specifically tailored for newly qualified GPs. The goals of the session are to increase confidence and understanding of management of palliative care patients and to improve understanding of and ability to access appropriate services.
The session will cover:
- Accessing services:
- What services are available
- Who is appropriate for the different services
- Where to go to access help
- Community services and hospice services available – who, what and when?
- Difficult conversations
- Top tips for newly qualified GPs – including prescribing, managing continuity for patients, managing palliative care patients in COVID times and what can be managed remotely.
- Difficult case discussions with break out rooms for small group discussion.
- Q+A session – an opportunity to discuss difficult cases or scenarios encountered.
Professor Stephen Barclay is Honorary Professor of Palliative and Primary Care at the University of East Anglia, University Senior Lecturer in General Practice and Palliative Care at the University of Cambridge, a practicing GP and Honorary Consultant Physician in Palliative Medicine.
Carly Love is Matron of the Arthur Rank Hospice and a Senior Community Palliative Care Nurse.
This session will take place via Zoom. After booking, you will receive joining instructions approximately 24 hours before the event.