Folder Collaborative working

Get your practice up and running with Microsoft Teams:

Microsoft Teams is now available to all NHS organisations and is an online communication tool which facilitates instant messaging, audio and video calling. It's currently being used extensively across the NHS to support remote working and communications in light of COVID-19.

The CSU Training team are on hand to provide support enabling and using Microsoft Teams. If you'd like to get a team set up for your practice, or to get more information on how it's used and can be beneficial to you please contact the team via the routes below:

o   Web: http://training.scwcsu.nhs.uk/

o   Tel: 0300 123 5678 

o   Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

The Wessex AHSN Care Homes Team can remotely support care and nursing homes to establish processes for triaging, tracking and communicating. The AHSN are able to provide:

  1. Remote support and training on Microsoft Teams enabling virtual meetings with each other and colleagues in general practice to coordinate COVID-19 response strategies, as well as advice on setting up Microsoft Teams meetings with other NHSmail colleagues
  2. Advice and support on the use of RESTORE2
  3. Remote support and training on the new local processes being set up to support tele-triage between care homes and acute services
  4. Cascade communications relevant to Care Homes in the area

Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for support or more information.

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pdf C0069 Covering Note for UK biobank notice 25 March ( pdf, 61 KB ) (45 downloads)
pdf C0069 Final Biobank COPI notice signed ( pdf, 112 KB ) (43 downloads)
pdf CHIE newsletter 17 April 2020 ( pdf, 489 KB ) (96 downloads)
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pdf GP Connect COVID 19 slides ( pdf, 381 KB ) (161 downloads) Popular
pdf NHSE letter regarding data sharing during COVID 19 24 April 2020 ( pdf, 122 KB ) (54 downloads)