eGPlearning Podblast episode 6
eGPlearning Podblast is a health tech talk by two Nottingham based GPs covering recent topics, useful clinical apps, and interviews with primary care health tech innovators.
This episode recaps our latest contacts and activities including finding more resources for primary care clinicians (4.47)creating videos for patient education (5.30), then a review of the wellbeing app Welltory (7.50). We finish off covering some recent encounters with online pharmacies and their activities (21.00).
The shownotes are below:
Hussain Gandhi: Profile
Andrew Foster: avoidingpuddles
Feedback on the previous episode:
Unfortunately no direct feedback, we did, however, mention the following:
We recapped some news about GPatHand relating to an article in the Economist. Here is the article: https://www.economist.com/news/britain/21737052-innovative-online-service-hit-patients-upsetting-some-doctors-london-gp
What have we been doing recently:
To see the video have a look at the page on this website here. (5.30)
A link to Jon Griffiths work is also available here. (5.45)
If you are interested to see how I run a practice Facebook page see my practice page for Wellspring Surgery St Anns. (5.50).
A shout out to Peter Holden and Judy Underwood, fellow East Midlands based GPs who ran for GPC regional representative. (6.20 and 7.00 respectively)
Nice updates/ apps review
Welltory app review (7.50)
Link to site: https://welltory.com/
A basic article on what heart rate variation is: https://blog.ouraring.com/blog/heart-rate-variability-basics/
Information on the clinical use of HRV: http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/93/5/1043#sec-38
Rise of Online/Distance pharmacies – convenient for patients or erosion of valuable local face to face pharmacy services (21.00)
Discussion on EPS (23.40)
Next eGPlearning Podblast episode:
Interview with Keith Grimes