Telephone and Video Consultations (not specific to young people)
E-learning for health
Telephone and video consultations e-learning. Aimed at those working in primary or community settings these resources are available to those with www.e-lfh.org.uk log-in. Click here to access these resources via e-learning for health.
Remote consultations guidance under COVID19 restrictions
Royal College of Nursing 2020
This guidance has been developed to support nursing staff, including health visitors, midwives and nursing support workers, where they are being asked to see and/or treat patients via a telephone or video or other remote consultation process.
GMC Guidance, 2020
The GMC has a Frequently Asked Questions page on coronavirus and provides a framework for considering when remote consultations may be appropriate. Click here to see information from the GMC on remote consultations during coronavirus.
COVID-19: Video consultations and homeworking
British Medical Association, June 2020
Advice for doctors in all settings in getting homeworking equipment, when to consult patients via video, approved NHS tools for remote consultations and tips for running them.
Guidance on Remote Consultations - March 2020
Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
Resources on remote consultations
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Advise to consider ‘face-to-face or not’ and that “use of remote tools to triage before any face to face contact is recommended”. https://www.csp.org.uk/publications/covid-19-guide-rapid-implementation-remote-consultations
Royal College of General Practitioners
Latest updated RCGP guidance on virtual consultations https://www.england.nhs.uk/coronavirus/wp-content/uploads/sites/52/2020/03/C0479-principles-of-safe-video-consulting-in-general-practice-updated-29-may.pdf
Youth Link Scotland
Advice and checklists around kicking off digital engagement with young people
Youth Work Support
Top tips about online youth work as well as a quick guide webinar https://youthworksupport.co.uk/organisations/