Haughton Thornley Patient Participation Group hosted Self Care Day on 13th November 2012 as part of Self Care Week. Topics during the day included Stroke, Tameside Stroke Awareness Support Group, Arrhythmias, Summary Care Record and Patient Access to the GP Electronic Health Record and hear about how Peter Wood aged 83 and with access to his GP Electronic Health Records also got to become an Olympics Flame Carrier earlier this year and still runs up to 2 miles a few times a week!
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions or would like access to your GP Electronic Health Records too.
Here are links to the videos of the event.
See Bill Burgoine, Chair of Thornley House Patient Participation Group introduce Self Care Day and what will be discussed today
Dr Michael Richardson, FY2 Trainee Doctor talks about Strokes, what they are, what we can do about them and what help is available for you.
See Yvonne Bennett talk about the Summary Care Record and also about Patient Access to the GP Electronic Health Records and why she thinks all patients should have them
Dr Hannan introduces the experience of Haughton Thornley Medical Centres for patient access to the GP electronic health records and why it matters for patients to access their records but also to understand it too
Peter Wood, aged 83 and a patient of Haughton Thornley Medical Centres and who has access to his records talks about his experience of being an Olympics Flame carrier and the story behind it!
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