In this episode, we discuss the challenges facing primary care when reintroducing the multimorbid heart failure, chronic kidney disease and type 2 diabetic patient back into the health system, in a post-pandemic world, with Dr Naresh Kanumilli, a GP in South Manchester and Community Diabetes Consultant.
Recent data publications have highlighted the health inequalities that exist for ovarian cancer in the UK. In this episode, Dr Tracie Miles discusses the importance of symptom recognition for ovarian cancer in primary care. Dr Miles is a Gynaecological Cancer Nurse Specialist, Genomics (Practitioner) based at Royal United Hospital Bath NHS Foundation Trust.
In this episode, we focus on the importance of early intervention required to prevent chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) exacerbations and premature death with Dr Raja Murugesan, Clinical Lead for Respiratory Medicine both in Manchester and Greater Manchester.
In this episode, we focus on the burden of over-reliance on steroids used in the treatment of asthma with Dr Hitasha Rupani, who reflects on her experiences as a Respiratory Consultant based at Southampton Hospitals NHS Trust.
In this episode, we focus on the disparities in the management of diabetes patients from ethnic minorities with Prof Wasim Hanif, who is a Professor of Diabetes & Endocrinology and Consultant Physician and Clinical Director for Diabetes at University Hospitals Birmingham.
In this episode, we focus on long-term respiratory conditions with Dr Llinos Jones, who reflects on her experiences tackling inequalities of care within Kirklees. Dr Llinos Jones is a Respiratory Consultant based at Dewsbury and District Hospital.
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