Home health Share your experiences of UK home visits during the coronavirus pandemic

Share your experiences of UK home visits during the coronavirus pandemic

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Many healthcare services outside of coronavirus treatment have been badly disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, both in hospitals and in the community.

According to guidance from the British Medical Association and Royal College of Midwives, home visits should only be conducted where absolutely necessary.

We’d like to learn more about the impact of the pandemic on home visits from midwives, district nurses, carers and other healthcare professionals.

If you work in the sector or you or a family member has home visits, we’d like to hear about your experiences.

Share your experiences

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