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Tele-First: Telephone triage as an alternative to face to face contact in general practice

Project title: Tele-First: Telephone triage as an alternative to face to face contact in general practice

Call to action: 13/59 13/59 Assessing alternatives to face-to-face contact with patients

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Emeritus Professor Martin RolandORCID logo

Lead Author: Dr Jennifer NewbouldORCID logo

Contractor: NHS Cambridgeshire

Cost: £747,709.66

Co-investigators: Associate Professor Gary AbelORCID logo, Dr Edward WilsonORCID logo, Dr Emma PitchforthORCID logo, Dr Fiona Head, Dr Jennifer NewbouldORCID logo.

Started: September 2014 | Status: Published May 2019

Many problems in general practice can be dealt with by the doctor on the telephone; however, the 'telephone first' approach does not suit all patients and is not a panacea for meeting demands for care.

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