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Optimising virtual consultations in primary care with practical guidance on remotely managing infant feeding challenges effectively

During COVID 19 – the uptake of virtual consultations has accelerated massively, driving healthcare professionals to digital resources to continue to deliver excellent care and connect with their patients. During this Webinar, GP Dr Hussain Gandhi discusses his remote consultation guide and advice when setting up for virtual consultations in primary care whilst Dietitian Rachel Wood follows up with practical tips and guidance on how to properly assess and support infants with feeding conditions including case studies - all delivered from a safe, virtual distance.
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