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Published on May 10, 2017
This is an introduction as part of a larger series about using the DCP for everyday usage. It presents the basics to start and use the DCP in the situation of a Pre-Consultation Review and then describes the importance of planning your consultation and how to recognise key clinical indicators on the Panel. This video is also ideal for new DCP users.
Presentation Aims • Plan Consultation Agenda with Priorities • Identify Basic Clinical Indicators • Identify Recalls • Delegating Tasks
Plan Your Consultation • Identify who you are seeing next • Plan Consultation Agenda with Priorities: o What I need to prioritise in terms of what I accomplished today o What I might be able to delegate to the practice team o What recalls they might be due for some time soon
Closing Summary The DCP is useful before the consultation to prioritise agenda items and identify opportunities for: • Further Appointments and Recalls • Data Improvement • Nurse Delegation • Testing • Health Checks
Transcript: I'm Sunita. I'm going to be talking today about how I used DCP in my day-to-day consulting. I find DCP most helpful even before I have called the patient in. I can see who I am calling in today: what I need to prioritise in terms of what I accomplished today, what I might be able to delegate to the practice team, and what recalls they might be due for some time soon. (See the full transcript within the Youtube Transcript feature under the item More, Transcript .)
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