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Early on in the pandemic all orthopaedic consultants and registrars were given Remote Desktop access.

by Ian Baxter | 6 months ago | in Urgent and Emergency Care
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This has meant that during 24hr non resident on calls imaging from AE can be easily and safely discussed as well as then between consultant and registrar without the need for sending potentially low quality and small imaging over WhatsApp. This has been of great benefit for orthopaedics and ED staff as well as patients. 

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edited on Jul 13, 2020 by Kyle Beacham
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Nick Aresti 6 months ago

This has made a huge difference in our trust as well. Helps ensure the safety of all clinicians.

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Greta McLachlan 6 months ago

Status labels added: Effective team working, Virtual consultation, Equipment, Implementation, Technology (software/ apps), Investment in technology, Home Working/ Remote working, Triage, Horizon 1

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Greta McLachlan 6 months ago

The idea has been progressed to the next milestone.

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Greta McLachlan 6 months ago

Status label added: Health & Wellbeing

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Kyle Beacham 4 months ago

Status labels removed: Effective Team Working, Equipment, Health & Wellbeing, Home Working / Remote Working, Implementation, Investment In Technology, Technology (Software/ Apps), Triage, Virtual Consulting

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