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Sharing best practice on conducting remote consultations

Getting great outcomes from virtual interactions with patients and peers. This webinar covers practical tips for healthcare professionals who want to improve their skills when conducting remote patient consultations or peer to peer interactions.

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Chaired by Carol Widdows, Clinical and Operational Lead for Dietetics, East Sussex Heathcare NHS Trust.

The first speaker Kirsty Dobson, Principal Acute Lead Dietitian, Brighton and Sussex University Hospital shares her teams experience and covers best practice for running successful patient consultations remotely, the second speaker Dr Scott Crae, Founder, Talking Medicines, highlights "Top Tips" for running successful remote meetings and one to ones with colleagues.

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