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Remote working: how to use communication skills to improve team cohesion and well-being

Some systems set up to keep in touch during the pandemic are here to stay

Some systems set up to keep in touch during the pandemic are here to stay – here’s how to use them well

  • Many community nursing teams have found remote working brings flexibility and a better work-life balance
  • Although practice nurses have continued to provide face-to-face care alongside remote services, many expect a mixed approach to be in place for some time to come
  • How to establish good team communication practices, choose the right technology and manage staff, including new starters

The pandemic has had a profound impact on the way nursing teams in the community work.

From GP practices and district nurses to specialist teams working with everyone from

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