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Outpatient case studies

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Visionable: On call with Professor Fraser Birrell

Dr Zoe Williams chats to Professor Fraser Birrell about what in-person, virtual and hybrid group consultations are; what the benefits are in both NHS GP and hospital settings for patients, staff and students; what the future of group consultations is.

SPACE: An autistic framework

Dr Mala Ubhi introduces the autistic SPACE framework with Dr Mary Doherty one of the authors and discusses how using the framework can benefit both the patients and health professionals. 

The Inbetweeners: An NCEPOD report

Dr Katie Malbon, a paediatric consultant at St Mary’s Hospital, part of West London Children’s Healthcare, has co-authored a groundbreaking report about the importance of improving the process of children and young people with complex chronic health conditions moving into adult services.

Technology-enabled nurse delivered outpatient pathway for people living with HIV

Dr Sarah Day, Caroline Rae and Prof Marta Boffito from Chelsea and Westminster Hopsital NHS Foundation Trust discuss Klick. Klick is an app that allows people to manage routine appointments, receive notifications about blood results and view your routine blood test results.

A Shared Referral Pathway has helped the NHS in Wakefield treat more patients

A simple piece of innovation known as the Shared Referral Pathway has helped Mid Yorkshire NHS Teaching Trust treat up to three times as many patients as other trusts. The pathway allows primary and secondary care clinicians to communicate about a patient before they enter the hospital.

The Patients Association - Outpatient Experiences

The Patients Association is an independent patient charity campaigning for improvements in health and social care for patients. In this video patients talk about their recent experience as an outpatient.


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