A Clear Voice

S1 Ep 3: Taran Tatla on Exiting the Pandemic - Final Consensus Guidelines for Laryngology

June 08, 2020 BLA Connections Season 1 Episode 3
A Clear Voice
S1 Ep 3: Taran Tatla on Exiting the Pandemic - Final Consensus Guidelines for Laryngology
Chapters
8:22
Q1. The document we are discussing is a LIVE document and is subject to change but can you just give us a brief summary of what the main ENT UK guideline entails?
13:50
Q2. There’s been a lot of discussion about PPE and where’s best to perform outpatient procedures. What are the current recommendations?
19:53
Q3. Focusing on the laryngology section specifically, (which is available on the BLA website), let’s talk about the main points regarding the surgical priority and activity section. Can you summarise the section?
22:49
Q4. Training has been severely hampered with some being redeployed and operative training grinding down to a halt. There are some really helpful suggestions in the training section and I wondered if you could highlight the key points?
29:30
Take-home messages
A Clear Voice
S1 Ep 3: Taran Tatla on Exiting the Pandemic - Final Consensus Guidelines for Laryngology
Jun 08, 2020 Season 1 Episode 3
BLA Connections

As we continue to bring you A Clear Voice through lockdown Taran Tatla joins Natalie Watson to discuss and explore the impact of Covid-19 and laryngology. In this episode, we look to the future and talk through the BLA and ENTUK guidelines (endorsed by the RCSLT) a graduated return to elective activities for laryngology within the COVID 19 pandemic.

In this episode

8.22 Q1. The document we are discussing is a LIVE document and is subject to change but can you just give us a brief summary of what the main ENT UK guideline entails? 

13:50 Q2. There’s been a lot of discussion about PPE and where’s best to perform outpatient procedures. What are the current recommendations?

19:53 Q3. Now focusing on the laryngology section specifically, (which is available on the BLA website), let’s talk about the main points regarding the surgical priority and activity section. Can you summarise the section?

22:47 Q4. Training has been severely hampered with some being redeployed and operative training grinding down to a halt. There are some really helpful suggestions in the training section and I wondered if you could highlight the key points?

29:34 Take home messages: Communication, Digitial & IT and teamwork, working together for our response...

Links to the documents and audits discussed in this episode:

BLA & ENT UK guidelines (endorsed by RCSLT): A Graduated return to Elective Activities for Laryngology within Covid-19 Pandemic

NIHR Global Health Research Unit on Global Surgery 

ENTUK: COVIDTrach Tracheostomy audit 

Respiratory Papillomatosis UK Database

Contact Information
Visit www.britishlaryngological.org or download BLA Connect from your app store for further information and details on becoming a BLA member.

Email: [email protected] for any questions or topic suggestions you may have for future episodes.

This show is brought to you by the BLA, you can follow us on  Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Instagram hosted by Natalie Watson @surgeonsinger produced and directed by Heather Pownall of Heather's Media Hub Ltd and Post-Production by Steven Perrie-Clyde of After 12 Media @After12Media

Show Notes Chapter Markers

As we continue to bring you A Clear Voice through lockdown Taran Tatla joins Natalie Watson to discuss and explore the impact of Covid-19 and laryngology. In this episode, we look to the future and talk through the BLA and ENTUK guidelines (endorsed by the RCSLT) a graduated return to elective activities for laryngology within the COVID 19 pandemic.

In this episode

8.22 Q1. The document we are discussing is a LIVE document and is subject to change but can you just give us a brief summary of what the main ENT UK guideline entails? 

13:50 Q2. There’s been a lot of discussion about PPE and where’s best to perform outpatient procedures. What are the current recommendations?

19:53 Q3. Now focusing on the laryngology section specifically, (which is available on the BLA website), let’s talk about the main points regarding the surgical priority and activity section. Can you summarise the section?

22:47 Q4. Training has been severely hampered with some being redeployed and operative training grinding down to a halt. There are some really helpful suggestions in the training section and I wondered if you could highlight the key points?

29:34 Take home messages: Communication, Digitial & IT and teamwork, working together for our response...

Links to the documents and audits discussed in this episode:

BLA & ENT UK guidelines (endorsed by RCSLT): A Graduated return to Elective Activities for Laryngology within Covid-19 Pandemic

NIHR Global Health Research Unit on Global Surgery 

ENTUK: COVIDTrach Tracheostomy audit 

Respiratory Papillomatosis UK Database

Contact Information
Visit www.britishlaryngological.org or download BLA Connect from your app store for further information and details on becoming a BLA member.

Email: [email protected] for any questions or topic suggestions you may have for future episodes.

This show is brought to you by the BLA, you can follow us on  Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Instagram hosted by Natalie Watson @surgeonsinger produced and directed by Heather Pownall of Heather's Media Hub Ltd and Post-Production by Steven Perrie-Clyde of After 12 Media @After12Media

Q1. The document we are discussing is a LIVE document and is subject to change but can you just give us a brief summary of what the main ENT UK guideline entails?
Q2. There’s been a lot of discussion about PPE and where’s best to perform outpatient procedures. What are the current recommendations?
Q3. Focusing on the laryngology section specifically, (which is available on the BLA website), let’s talk about the main points regarding the surgical priority and activity section. Can you summarise the section?
Q4. Training has been severely hampered with some being redeployed and operative training grinding down to a halt. There are some really helpful suggestions in the training section and I wondered if you could highlight the key points?
Take-home messages