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Our resources page on end-of-life care for Covid-19 patients has a series of guides for you to explore, giving you a wealth of information to support your practice.
On this page, you’ll find a list of useful resources for GPs and patients, and others who are supporting people bereaved by Covid-19.
This guide links to GP guidelines from NICE and to prescribing guidance for EOLC. It also provides resources that GPs can signpost, like information for patients about post-Covid breathlessness.
A collection of information for patients on managing cough, as well as an at-a-glance summary of GP guidelines from NICE.
This page gives an overview of what is required of GPs for remote verification in the event of an expected death, with information sourced from the BMA and the RCGP.
This guide gives a step-by-step summary of current guidance for GPs, and when to discuss a death with the coroner.
Here, you’ll find clarification on what documentation is needed – and what isn’t – from primary care. The information is provided by the RCGP.
This page contains details on NICE’s rapid guideline for managing fever in Covid-19 patients, including at the end of life.