Feeling unsafe or out of your depth with remote consultations? Trying to work out how to communicate by telephone or video to provide valid reassurance or appropriate management? You are not alone! And its not a new thing either. The first reference to a telephone consultation was published in the BMJ in 1876! Join a webinar on July 2nd to hear Dr Tony Males, a Cambridge GP who wrote “Telephone Consultations in Primary Care: A Practical Guide” after a Masters dissertation on this risky, fascinating and yet growing aspect of our day-to-day clinical life. He will cover techniques such as visualisation, discriminating questions, cognitive errors and safety netting.

Open to all Primary Care staff involved in consulting remotely.

This webinar is being delivered via Zoom.

To Book

  • Make a booking through the website
  • You will receive an invitation via e-mail from the Training Hub to register the day before the event.
  • Once you have done this Zoom will then send you the link to the meeting