Intended for healthcare professionals

Primary Care Dermatology Society

Over the past six months or so we have all been adjusting to living during the COVID 19 pandemic both in our personal and professional lives. We are learning to recognise the clinical features of COVID-19 infection as well as managing the physical and psychological sequelae. We have had to adapt clinical practice, often using technology to reach the burgeoning number of patients with other conditions. We are facing new and unimagined barriers to the provision of healthcare, ever lengthening delays to investigations and treatment, and are fearful of what the winter will bring.

Dermatology in practice 2020; 26(4): 108–108
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