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Chronic Conditions Month 2022

Oncology

On-demand videos

Cancer diagnosis backlogs - does the responsibility lie with primary care?

These video presentations were originally broadcast on the 13 May 2022.

Pleae note that the speakers are not able to answer questions from attendees watching the video on-demand

How can primary care deliver high quality Personalised Care after a cancer diagnosis and treatment?

These video presentations were originally broadcast on the 13 May 2022.

Pleae note that the speakers are not able to answer questions from attendees watching the video on-demand

Chronic Conditions Month 2022

Oncology

Join us for a series of interactive webinars and podcasts to help you optimise care for people with chronic conditions

The agenda

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Cancer diagnosis backlogs - does the responsibility lie with primary care?

  • How did changes in primary care due to COVID impact on cancer?
  • With referral rates on some urgent suspected cancer pathways still lagging behind – what can primary care do to support recovery?
  • How can the PCN Early Diagnosis DES module be used as a lever to support this recovery?

xx:xx–xx:xx

How can primary care deliver high quality Personalised Care after a cancer diagnosis and treatment?

  • Personalised Cancer Care – how is primary care best placed to support patients?
  • Should primary care teams be supporting patients making difficult treatment decisions? And if so, what support do those teams need to be able to do this effectively?
  • The new Quality of Life metric – what do primary care teams need to know?
XXXXX | March 2022

The speakers

Anthony Cunliffe

Macmillan National Clinical Adviser for Primary Care' Macmillan Lead Clinical Adviser and Clinical Adviser for London, Joint Clinical Chair, South East London Cancer alliance

Anthony Cunliffe has been a GP for 14 years and practises part time in South London. He started working for Macmillan Cancer Support in 2012 as a Macmillan GP Facilitator. He subsequently became the lead GP Advisor for London and, more recently, the National Clinical Advisor for Primary Care. Anthony is the joint clinical director for the South East London Cancer Alliance.

Peter Bagshaw

Clinical Lead in Dementia and Mental Health, South Glos CCG, and Director of the South West Clinical Network for Dementia​

Peter Bagshaw has been a GP in for over 30 years, and is currently a partner at Minehead Medical Centre.

He is currently the Mental Health and Dementia Clinical Lead for Somerset CCG, Director of the South West Dementia Clinical Network for Dementia, and Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) Clinical Network Lead. He is a member of the National Improvement and Assessment Framework board, Chair of the South West IAPT Expert Reference Group, and Editor for the Dementia and Mental Health section of the online magazine Chronic Conditions.

His outside interests include painting, quantum mechanics and karate. He has written a book on the nature of reality, and is co-author of the recently published Older People’s Mental Health Primer.

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