Collaborating and Working With Primary Care

Collaborating and Working With Primary Care

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Working within Primary Care in the UK is a fast developing industry for paramedics wishing to enhance their skills and Dr Martin Sutcliffe is a GP who can provide that insight. 

However, how do pre-hospital ambulance staff know what Primary Care has to offer for our patients? Have you ever rung the GP with a referral pathway in mind but then found out it’s not available or not appropriate? 

The College of Paramedics welcomes the return of Dr Martin Sutcliffe, who is the Training Programme Director at the Heart of Yorkshire GP Training Scheme and GP School Lead for Wider Workforce Development. With Dr Sutcliffe’s many years of experience, he will provide an insight into developing the conversation between Primary Care and ambulance clinicians, exploring ways to enhance communication but also provide an insight into the many avenues available for our patients within Primary Care.
It is worth noting that not all the pathways Dr Sutcliffe will discuss are available at every GP surgery, so it is worth checking your local practices, but, if it's not available it can stimulate conversation and give you an opportunity to see if there’s a need to develop working partnerships with your local practice. 

During the session, Dr Sutcliffe will present the rotational Paramedic role which is growing in popularity within Yorkshire Ambulance Service, and provide a platform for questions and answers.

Members FREE
Non-members £10

CPD Certificates provided

This event will be held via Zoom.
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This CPD session has been organised by our colleagues in the Yorkshire region.

16/09/2021 10:00 - 11:00