Whether you work in health or social care or not, your personal online profile cam have a significant effect on how others perceive you regardless of how well up to speed you are with your settings. There are some simple rules you can follow though to help maintain a healthy online profile 1) Treat people […]Read more "Maintaining a healthy online profile"
A quiet revolution is taking place across North Staffordshire as part of a programme to develop a ‘digital eco-system’ to enhance the services provided to patients. Our digital programme is tasked with increasing the number of patients who are accessing GP services online as well as improving the skills and knowledge amongst staff and patients […]Read more "Placing digital at the heart of healthcare"
There’s a great deal of commentary in the media around the use of Skype for GP consultations. However, there seem to be two problems – it fails to pass governance hurdles or is abandoned for lack of patient interest. We thought Skype had potential, but have adopted a different approach; rather than use it for […]Read more "How a Skype trolley can save GP time"
The use of social media in General Practice can be both a rewarding and risky business. Rewarding in the sense of getting valuable preventative health advice directly into the homes of patients via their social media accounts. Rewarding also by creating opportunities such as closed Facebook groups for PPGs or patient groups relating to specific […]Read more "5 tips on using social media in Primary Care"
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