Virtual Consultations

Resources for you………..

The HSCQI Virtual Consultations Group

  • has developed some generic resources to be tested by the Trusts and other stakeholders. There are versions for you to print in-house, to use online and a word version that you can ‘localise’ for your setting’s own use. Please see below.
  • has developed a Virtual Consultation Toolkit which provides useful resources from across HSCNI and beyond. Thanks to everyone who has shared their learning. Please see below.

 

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Virtual Consultations – Patient information 

Virtual Consultations – Patient Information – (A4 folded for print)

Virtual Consultations – Patient Information – (web)

Virtual Consultations – Patient Information – (A4 folded for print) word version for ‘localising’

 

 

 

Staff leaflet imageVirtual Consultations – Staff Information

Virtual Consultations – Staff Information – (A4 folded for print)

Virtual Consultations – Staff Information – (web)

Virtual Consultations – Staff Information – (A4 folded for print)   word version for ‘localising’

 

 

 

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 Click here to access

Virtual Consultations Toolkit

 https://view.pagetiger.com/brckymc

 

Additional Resources

Please see the HSCQI People, Compassion and Connections video which provides an overview of recent learning from Covid work undertaken by HSCQI, in relation to the ‘service delivery innovation rebuild work stream’ and includes Virtual Consultations

https://vimeo.com/467291235/0c7bd3adaa

ReQA Community Logoad the latest from Q’s ongoing project with #Qcommunity members and others, reflecting on their
experiences of implementing #VideoConsultations 

Please see Frontline insights on the rapid implementation of video consultations

 

Useful links

https://q.health.org.uk/blog-post/improving-quality-and-tackling-inequalities-emerging-insights-about-video-consultations

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While opportunities for telehealth have been around for decades, the COVID-19 pandemic has catapulted its use to the forefront of care delivery as a method to protect both patients and health care workers and to reduce the burden on health systems.

The terms “telehealth” and “telemedicine” are often used interchangeably. Telehealth services are typically viewed more broadly than telemedicine, encompassing a wider scope of remove activities. Telemedicine can be considered a type of telehealth but refers specifically to remote clinical services such as diagnosis and treatment.

IHI has developed a list of resources to assist the health care community with implementation of telehealth services, particularly within the COVID-19 context

 Useful Links

http://www.ihi.org/Topics/Telehealth/Pages/default.aspx

 

HSCQI Hub Contact

From 1 April 2021

Email:  Clifford.Mitchell@hscni.net