PrimaryCareTalks

Primary Care Talks is a series of podcasts produced by the Eastern AHSN that discuss innovative developments in the primary health and care sector.

Hosted by Dr Hasan Chowhan, each show interviews people working in primary care who are embarking on something new to deliver significant changes and increase efficiency.

If you are currently working in this sector and would like to hear some great stories and tips from others in your profession, download now and be sure to contact us if you enjoy listening, or have any suggestions.
Join the conversations at: #PrimaryCareTalks

In the third podcast of the series, Dr Chowhan discusses bringing pioneering genomic testing projects into primary care with Cambridge GP, Dr Alina Roser. Both GPs are currently running projects exploring how pharmacogenetic testing can benefit patients and improve the accuracy of prescribing.

To find out more about the genomics project featured, email alina.grynik@nhs.net.

In the second podcast our host, Dr Hasan Chowhan, chats to Dr Miles Langdon of Lakeside Healthcare about how he is making the NHS Primary Care Home model work in England’s largest GP super-partnership. Dr Langdon reveals helpful insights into how he is setting up his organisation to work more efficiently and productively for the 160,000 patients they support.

If you would like to contact Dr Miles Langdon to learn more about his work, please email mileslangdon@nhs.net

Our first podcast in the series explores the challenges of delivering high quality primary care in communities with a high proportion of non-English speakers. Dr Neil Modha from Peterborough tells our host Dr Hasan Chowhan about his creative solution to employ and train local people as multi-lingual health assistants. This is making a huge difference at his practice to help patients, and maximise the time of his medical team.

If you would like to contact Dr Neil Modha to learn more about his work, please get in touch via the Practice Administrator at Thistlemoor Medical Centre.

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