The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has published its first Clinical Knowledge Summaries for GPs, dedicated to the COVID-19 outbreak and how to manage potentially infected patients.

This official evidence-based information for General Practices across England has been authored by the North-East based editor, and former GP, Dr Gerry Morrow at Clarity Informatics.

Dr Morrow commented: “The world is currently facing an unprecedented global pandemic outbreak and it is important that primary care, which is the first point of contact for many of those affected by the COVID-19 virus, have clear advice on how to manage their patients in these difficult times.

We are honoured to work with NICE to author this information. We also feel a great responsibility to ensure that the content we provide is the most reliable and builds on the latest evidence-based information.”

NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries contain over 370 topics, and 1000 clinical presentations or patient scenarios. The clinical content is continually monitored, and rigorously reviewed, accredited and developed.

Clarity Informatics also offers e-learning solutions, innovative appraisal software, and practice management & medical best practice solutions aimed at efficiency and resilience.


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