Primary Care UK

E0: About this podcast



This podcast series, presented by Munir Adam  was started by North-East London Training Hubs as a way to reach out to the variety of staff in Primary Care.  This introductory episode covers:

  • Who this podcast series is for
  • Why the podcast is so timely, and
  • What variety of content you can expect to hear.

SPECIAL THANKS to our guest speakers:
Dr Rachel Roberts, Primary Care Dean for London, HEE,

and to the following for introducing themselves:
Alec Giles; Ashley; Filiz Osman; Kayode Oremakinde; Mariya Rashid; Nabeelah Beeharry; Peter Murtagh and Ruth Amartey.

Health Education England, Training Hubs page:
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FEEDBACK:  This Podcast episode was produced by North-East London Training Hubs and supported by Health Education England (London region).  Feedback, suggestions and comments are encouraged, and can be sent to:

DISCLAIMER:  The episodes in this podcast are aimed at specified categories of clinical staff working in the specified geographical area, and it is important to note that the content provided is both time and location specific.  The aim is to ensure information is accurate at the time of publication, but no guarantee is provided in this regard.  The host, presenters, other contributors, and North-East London Training Hubs do not accept any liability for any actions, consequences or effects that result either directly or indirectly from the information provided.

Specifically, this podcast is NOT intended for use by the general public or patients and must not be used as a substitute for seeking medical advice.

Furthermore, views expressed, advice given and any other information provided is the opinion of the speakers.  Whilst any advice given is as accurate and comprehensive as possible, it is only general advice and should not be used as a substitute for the individual advice that may be provided by an appropriate specialist.  Healthcare professionals accessing information from the podcast should use their own professional judgement when interpreting the information and deciding how best to apply it, whether for the treatment of patients, or for other purposes.