clinicians - Examples of using TECS in General Practice
In this section of the website you will find resources relating to the use of TECS in General Practice.
A variety of helpful animations.
Rudy McKinney explains how she uses Flo and apps to support her long term condition patients.
The Manage Your Health App presentation shows how patients can manage their long term health conditions more effectively through this innovative and useful platform – developed by Keele University.
Ann Hughes, a general practice nurse, talks with Tom, a patient with chronic back pain, about how to use the Manage Your Health app to support his condition.
Ann Hughes, a practice nurse, talks with an asthma patient about how the Manage your Health app and Flo texting system can be used to support her.
The ‘Manage Your Health’ app supports patients in managing long term conditions.
How Facebook can be used effectively in general practice.
Dena from Brinsley Avenue Medical Practice in Stoke-on-Trent talks about her digital journey since joining our ALS and video consultation programmes in North Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent
An introduction to Flo explaining what it is, how it works and the benefits of using it.
This document demonstrates the importance for nurses to adopt TECS into their day to day processes, and outlines the ways in which nurses can sign up to a nurse up-skilling programme to facilitate this.
This handbook shows how primary care remains the cornerstone of the modern NHS. As the demands on the health service become greater through a growing and ageing population, as well as the increasing expectations of the service users, the role of both Primary Care and GPs becomes even more pivotal.
We need to find ways to manage a greater number of patients and provide a more patient-centric service, one that meets the needs of the individual, whilst at the same time ensuring that patients understand and are well-informed partners in the management of their health.
The use of digital technology provides the healthcare system with opportunities to improve health outcomes for a greater number of patients by providing a range of solutions for access to services and information. This will lead to the true transformation of the NHS to meet the needs of the patients of today and tomorrow.
This guide explores the emerging technologies which have been shown to support patient care and considers the potential operational challenges of embracing new technology.
Technical adoption requires more than just new digital solutions. True digital transformation will only be realised with strong clinical leadership and a culture shift in the way we deliver care, a shift toward a real partnership between the patient and clinician.
If you would like to purchase this Practical Handbook, follow this link.