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Local and National Guidance

Direct communications and links to organisation websites for the most upto date information regarding COVID-19

BMA

BMA COVID-19 Hub

GPC COVID-19 Update

GPC COVID-19 Bulletin Update

Sessional GP Update - Kalindi Krishna Tumurugoti

Vulnerable Patients - BMA Advice


GOV.UK

Vulnerable Patients - GOV.uk

GOV.UK COVID-19

COVID-19 Infection Survey (CIS)


NHSE

NHS Digital - Shielded Patient letter 09April2020

NHSE advice


RCGP

RCGP

RCGP Guidance on workload prioritisation during COVID-19

NICE Guidance and advice publications - COVID-19


World Health Organisation - WHO

World Health Organisation - Safe Ramadan Practices in the Context of COVID-19


Other

Advisory Resuscitation

BMJ Clinical Guidance

BMJ - Managing COVID-19 Symptoms

British Islamic Medical Association - Ramadan Rapid Review & Recommendations

Coronavirus Nice Guideline

COVID-19 Red Home Visiting Service – Service Specification

East Midlands Optometrists Opening Hours

East Midlands Pharmacy Opening Hours

Guidance on Self Isolation and Social Distancing

Homeless Patient Registrations & Primary Care Access

Medical Ethics and decision making in COVID-19 Pandemic

PCN DES Guidance

Pharmacy - Home delivery for options for shielding patients

Refreshers and Update Pack for Returning GPs

Relate - FREE Counselling for Couples and Young People 16 - 18

Remote review of long term conditions

Retired GPs Returning to Practice

Symptomatic and Asymptomatic Flow Charts

UHDB & CRH Processes for GP referals during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Update on the Government’s shielding policy and implications for General Practice

Vulnerable Patients – The Role of General Practice during COVID19

Visiting your GP during COVID 

All Things Coronavirus
GP Guidance
All Questions Answered
General Practice 2.0 – how things will work, including common conditions and services available look-up
Specific Page for Shielded Patients
S pecific Page for B12 Injection Patients


CQC

After national discussions a compromise has been agreed about changes to CQC registration as a result of the establishment of COVID-19 “hot hubs”. CQC are statutorily required to maintain up to date information on service delivery and were not able to waive the requirement completely. However, where hot hubs are run by a group of practices, only the provider where the hot hub is sited need contact CQC to update their Statement of Purpose (Part 3).