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Cancer Keys: COVID-19 and Neutropenic Sepsis

Cancer Keys: COVID-19 and Neutropenic Sepsis

Neutropenic sepsis is a potentially fatal complication of anticancer treatment (particularly chemotherapy). Helpful hint: NICE have produced a COVID-19 rapid guideline on the delivery of systemic anticancer treatments. If patients present with COVID-19 symptoms this...

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Friday 25th September 2020

Are you seeking to improve your suspected cancer referrals?

Our Improving the Quality of Your Referral course aims to assist you with this and covers:

  • Clinical decision making
  • Helping to reduce DNAs
  • Key information to include in a referral
  • Safety netting
  • What patients want to know
  • The Cancer Maps

If you would like to learn more:

  • Access GatewayC’s Improving the Quality of Your Referral course here
  • Register for GatewayC’s free webinar on Safety Netting in Primary Care here
  • Access Dr Ben Noble’s The Cancer Maps here
  • Access the PCN DES specification (Early Cancer Diagnosis section 7.4) here
  • Access the QOF Quality Improvement domain here

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Latest from the Blog

Cancer Keys: COVID-19 and Neutropenic Sepsis

Cancer Keys: COVID-19 and Neutropenic Sepsis

Neutropenic sepsis is a potentially fatal complication of anticancer treatment (particularly chemotherapy). Helpful hint: NICE have produced a COVID-19 rapid guideline on the delivery of systemic anticancer treatments. If patients present with COVID-19 symptoms this...

read more

Related Posts

MGUS and Myeloma: What’s the link?

MGUS and Myeloma: What’s the link?

MGUS is a benign condition which does not usually require treatment. However, a small number of patients diagnosed with MGUS will go on to develop myeloma. Understanding MGUS Monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS) is a benign condition characterised...

read more