Using remote consulting in clinical scenarios

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A range of webinars have been developed to show how Near Me has been used in different clinical scenarios. These are a useful tool that can assist health and social care providers offer remote consultations as part of business as usual service provision and help support the spread of Near Me to the people of Scotland.

To view how Near Me has been used in other sectors and settings visit tec.scot.

Additional videos can also be viewed on the Near Me channel at YouTube.

Supporting people in the management of long term conditions

The Supporting people in the management of long term conditions webinar explains how remote consultations may be used as an approach for managing Long Term Condition (LTC) reviews. It also comprises utilising consultation and communication skills to check understanding and engage in shared decision-making.

Managing Diabetes and COPD/Bronchiectasis remotely

The Diabetes and COPD / Bronchiectasis: management through remote consultations webinar focuses specifically on how, when using a person-centred approach, remote consulting may be used in Diabetes and COPD / Bronchiectasis management.

Continuity of care in General Practice Multi-disciplinary Teams

The Near Me for General Practice Multi-disciplinary Teams (MDTs) webinar focuses on how NHS Near Me can offer opportunities to implement new ways of working for multi-disciplinary teams (MDTs) within the General Practice setting, thereby supporting continuity of person-centred care. 

Palliative and End of Life Care and Anticipatory Care Planning

The Enabling support for end of life and palliative care and thinking ahead using a person centred approach to ACP webinar focuses on how, when using a person-centred approach, remote consulting may be used in palliative and end of life care, supporting people with many illnesses, conditions and frailty,  and ‘thinking ahead’ approaches to Anticipatory Care Planning (ACP).