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Project team consists of Mr Nick Shaikh Consultant Urologist AGH
Dr Bruce Woodhouse, GP Dyneley House
Carol Taylor, Clinical Audit co-ordinator AGH
Rachel and Sue
Aim - covers management in primary care, referral, assessment in secondary care and if appropriate shared medical management following such assessment.
Objectives: Data from the clinic shows that at any one time about 20% of patients are receiving medical management. A proportion of these will continue to be satisfactorily managed in this way. This indicates that some patients could be successfully managed by their GP . The development of evidence-based guidelines for the management of patients in primary care prior to and post referral would allow the expert secondary care service to focus on more demanding cases.
There was a desire in primary and secondary care to evaluate the operational efficiency of the one-stop clinic.