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The Primary Care Knowledge Boost Podcast: COVID-19  – Episode 5

Published: 15th April 2020

COVID-19 Episode 5: End of Life Care (supported by GP Excellence)

A current concern for primary care clinicians is how to manage end of life care in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Lisa and Sara are joined by Dr Liam Hosie, Dr Adam Firth and Dr Viren Mehta who have sifted through the key information and guidelines that are available on this topic.

We talk about:

  • ​Advanced care planning
  • Common symptoms for patients with COVID-19 at the end of life
  • Discuss 5 guidelines (including NICE, RCGP, Hospice UK) relevant to this topic and some take home messages
  • Anticipatory medication and stock issues
  • Post death support for families and for clinicians

We really want to make these episodes relevant and helpful: if you have any questions or want any particular areas covered then contact us on Twitter @PCKBpodcast, or leave a comment on our really quick anonymous survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/YYQ763C


Listening to us on a podcast app

If you listen to podcasts already, you can find us on your favourite podcast app by searching “Primary Care Knowledge Boost”.

If you don’t have a podcast app, it is free and easy to install on your phone:

  1. Go to your phone’s app store (the Google Play Store for Android users and the iTunes store for iPhone users)
  2. Download a podcast app. Our favourites are ‘Castbox’, ’Pocketcasts’, and ‘Spotify’ as well as Apple’s own ‘Podcasts’ app for iPhone users.
  3. Open your app and search for ‘Primary Care Knowledge Boost’
  4. Click “Subscribe”.

Once you have installed an app and subscribed you should now be able to view our previous podcasts and will be notified when we post new ones.​

 

Listening to us via direct link

If you want to listen directly, you can do so here: https://www.podbean.com/eu/pb-a8jsi-d942f9

This may not work on NHS computers but you should be able to open it on a phone, or personal computer/tablet.

️Contact us

Have feedback or suggestions? Just want to say hello? You can get in touch by either emailing us directly at primarycarepodcasts@gmail.com or on Twitter @PCKBpodcast​​

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