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Practice Nurses & Receptionists – informing staff training in primary care

June 30 2021

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Practice nurses: your chance to inform staff training in primary care

Health Education England and NHS England and NHS Improvement would like to hear from practice nurses about their experiences of remote triage, care navigation, online and video consultations in general practice. Your input will allow us to design effective training to support all primary care staff and trainees to confidently work with these approaches. If you would like to be interviewed, please contact Frances Brown at Nightingale Research,

francesbrown@nightingaledesignresearch.com by the 14th of July.

To find out more about the study visit https://bit.ly/3dyYp19

For any questions about the project contact the Digital First Primary Care team:
england.digitalfirstprimarycare@nhs.net

 

Receptionists: your chance to inform staff training in primary care

Health Education England and NHS England and NHS Improvement would like to hear from receptionists about their experiences of supporting remote triage, care navigation, online and video consultations in general practice. Your input will allow us to design effective training to support all primary care staff and trainees to confidently work with these approaches. If you would like to be interviewed, please contact Frances Brown at Nightingale Research,

francesbrown@nightingaledesignresearch.com by the 14th of July.

To find out more about the study visit https://bit.ly/3dyYp19

For any questions about the project contact the Digital First Primary Care team:
england.digitalfirstprimarycare@nhs.net

 

Calling receptionists and practice nurses: your chance to inform staff training in primary care

Health Education England and NHS England and NHS Improvement would like to hear from receptionists and practice nurses about their experiences of remote triage, care navigation, online and video consultations in general practice. Your input will allow us to design effective training to support all primary care staff and trainees to confidently work with these approaches. If you would like to be interviewed, please contact Frances Brown at Nightingale Research,

francesbrown@nightingaledesignresearch.com by the 14th of July.

To find out more about the study visit https://bit.ly/3dyYp19

For any questions about the project contact the Digital First Primary Care team:
england.digitalfirstprimarycare@nhs.net