Using Video and Remote consultation in Speech & Language Therapy and MSK Services
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The Community Health Improvement team (National System Improvement - NHS England and NHS Improvement) would like to invite you to join a webinar on Thursday 17th September at 13:30 – 14:45 where we will be sharing the experience of teams/services who are using remote & video consultation in Speech & Language Therapy and Musculoskeletal services.
Colleagues from Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS FT and North Cumbria Integrated Care and Cumbria Health On Call will join us for this session which is designed for teams providing Speech & Language Therapy and Musculoskeletal in Community Health services and Primary Care nursing teams and all who have an interest in this specialty.
The session will provide the opportunity to hear some good practice that is taking place in each of these organisations and to ask any questions you might have to support local developments of using video in these specialties;
The session will cover:
- How video consultation has a role/enhances their service
- The impact video consultations can have on staff, productivity, waiting times and outcomes
- Challenges and limitations they have experienced
- Patient experience and impact on service delivery
- The wider potential developments of using video in Speech & Language Therapy and Musculoskeletal services
To be confirmed : Input from Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and Royal College of Speech & Language Therapy
We hope you can join us.
Agenda - to follow
Further webinars for colleagues in Community Health services on the use of video consultations are being planned. If you have any ideas or particular areas of interest that you would like us to cover, please do flag these with us via the Video consultation in Community Health Discussion Board found here: https://future.nhs.uk/Ageing/messageshowthread?threadid=6400878 .
Questions about this event?
Name: Feliciana Antonio
Telephone: 07710116167General FAQs