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3NDWG Webinar: Telemedicines - The Positives and Negatives of Virtual Medical Care - Shared screen with speaker view
Duncan Jones
31:57
morning all. Lovely to see you all
Julie Thomas
32:27
Good morning, Julie from South Wales
Cherry Evans
33:02
Good morning everyone, Cherry from Pembrokeshire
Chris Maddocks
34:16
Good morning everyone,
Mark Neville
34:26
Good morning everyone.
kelly cuggy
35:47
good morning
Nigel Hullah
37:36
Morning everyone
Susan Collins
38:21
Good morning from me too, Burley in Wharfedale Dementia Friendly Community
M.A Qureshi
39:25
Good morning all from Stoke on Trent
Mark Neville
40:34
Thank you Keith
Julie Hayden
40:38
I'm trying to submit my poll results, but not accepted when I press submit. Please could you fix this
Adele Leighton
44:18
Hi Julie - the poll problem is with zoom and we can’t change it while we are live. Thank you for trying to submit it and letting us know there is a problem. Adele
Julie Hayden
44:46
Thank you, fixwd now xx
Julie Thomas
45:40
I had 2 falls in Sept and lost 2 teeth so I contacted the dentist. She wanted to call me by phone to discuss my mouth but she could not see it. After a lot of persuasion I went to the dentist surgery.
Julie Hayden
49:45
There is no zoom calls in my area, only telephone conversations. After problems recently with my foot, I couldn't get an appt. I tried to send a photo to an email I had been given, but the message came back that it was unmanned. No understanding of the problems of using the telephone connected by living with dementia appreciated by professionals and they don't listen when I try to explain
Mark Neville
50:27
To ensure that people living with dementia are not excluded or disadvantaged 'professionals' do need to complete an impact assessment on the new normal services they are putting into place. They need to be talking directly to people living with dementia and stakeholders when designing these services.
Mark Neville
51:34
Thank you Chris.
Julie Hayden
52:58
The problem is that in most areas there is no clear dementia service\pathway, so one area offering quality service is good to hear, but isn't accessible to most
Chris Maddocks
53:08
Hi Agnes Houston, I know you are in the audience today. Would you like to share with us your thoughts in the chat box? I know you have strong thoughts on this topic
M.A Qureshi
53:58
Ditto Chris M
Julie Hayden
57:40
This needs of PLWD need to delivered to inhouse training across the board in healthcare
Adele Leighton
58:43
Lorraine Brown says - I agree with Chris that true picture of oneself does not present itself on virtual platforms with a clinician. Anxiety levels are low and the safe environment of home is a protected factor. In a hospital setting one could experience a “white coat” experience where anxiety is caused by being in a clinical setting
Julie Hayden
59:42
Most medical professionals are not aimed towards building relationships with us, but look at brief, one off interventions
Julie Thomas
59:47
I have a hearing problem and avoid using the phone if I can.
Julie Hayden
01:00:51
Not everyone has a carer/supporter at home. Many of live alone and self manage our care, but this not acknowledged
Julie Hayden
01:05:54
Well said Nigel
Mark Neville
01:08:14
Thank you Frances and John.
Julie Hayden
01:08:15
Good point Keith
Julie Hayden
01:11:28
Well said Jennifer. My Receptionist tries hard to block me having conversations with my GP. Communication has stopped
Mark Neville
01:12:31
Quality of service does appear to differ throughout the 3 nations: access to GPs, hospital appointments, dentistry, other health issues, etc.
Mark Neville
01:14:21
Thank you Jennifer.
Adele Leighton
01:14:33
Love listening to Jennifer!
Julie Hayden
01:14:43
There is great assumption that if you are older or have dementia that you will not be able to use IT. We are living proof that this is wrong
Julie Thomas
01:14:49
Thanks Jennifer, very well said
Chris Maddocks
01:15:11
Thank you Jennifer, you put things across so well
Duncan Jones
01:15:37
Always interesting and enlightening to listen to Jennifer.
Leila Costa Dobes Chillingirian
01:16:13
they asked my husband to send a pic of his feet
Julie Hayden
01:17:01
There are no dental treatments in my area on NHS as they have told not to use tools, yet it's available if you can afford private care
Julie Hayden
01:20:56
So true Paul. There will have been almost total stopping of NHS care in my area for almost a whole year now
Julie Hayden
01:21:33
Delaying treatment results in more expensive intervention later
Mark Neville
01:21:58
Thank you Paul.
Julie Hayden
01:23:40
I think many professionals are so overwhelmed at the moment that they are not committed to looking at and trying new approaches such as zoom calls
Julie Hayden
01:26:34
Far less post diagnostic support now than previously, which was always bad. The charities have also had to close doors, leaving the newly diagnosed neglected
M.A Qureshi
01:26:42
Every Dr is now Dr Dolittle
Jennifer Bute
01:27:21
Not every Doctor !!
Julie Hayden
01:27:41
Too true Maq. Little imagination being used to avert some of the problems
Julie Thomas
01:28:48
Each health trust is different and have different problems.
M.A Qureshi
01:29:10
Thanks Jules
Julie Hayden
01:29:47
I think this always has to be an option for the future. It will give more access to GPs
Mark Neville
01:30:02
Extremely insightful and informative meeting. Thank you everyone (speakers and those on chat).
Chris Maddocks
01:30:35
The offer of choice is a much needed one, thank you Frances
Julie Thomas
01:30:41
Thanks all for a great meeting - very informative.
Alison Locke
01:30:46
thank you all very much
James Erskine
01:30:57
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Adele Leighton
01:31:20
Please sign up to receive notifications from 3NDWG 3ndwg.org We have lots of opportunities for people with dementia to have a voice
Duncan Jones
01:31:24
great session