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By ISQua Thursday. Apr 9, 2020

COVID-19: The New Patient Journey

ISQua's Brian Cahill, spoke with Dr Stephen Brennan, a GP based in Ireland, on how his General Practice has responded to the COVID-19 crisis; how the crisis has altered the patient journey in order to maintain good quality care, and how they are ensuring the safety of both staff and patients.

ISQua's Brian Cahill, spoke with Dr Stephen Brennan, a GP based in Ireland, on how his General Practice has responded to the COVID-19 crisis; how the crisis has altered the patient journey in order to maintain good quality care, and how they are ensuring the safety of both staff and patients.

 

Dr. Stephen Brennan graduated for the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 2015. He is currently is his final year of General Practice Training on the HSE/South East General Practice Training Scheme.

 

Stephen is doing a fellowship with International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua) and is a current Quality Improvement Scholar in Residence with the RCPI and ISQua. At present, Stephen sits as Co-Chair of the Trainee Subcommittee of the Forum of Irish Postgraduate Medical Training Bodies and Co-Chair of the Network of GP Trainees.

 

Outside of Medicine, Stephen's main interest is Equestrian Sport, where he has competed successfully both nationally in Ireland and internationally in the UK.

 

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