Presentation on theme: "“There’s a frog in my throat, Dr”"— Presentation transcript:
1“There’s a frog in my throat, Dr” Mr Richard Harris.ENT SpRRoyal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation Trust
2Rationale ENT poorly taught in the UK Throat symptoms common in GP Symptoms are often vaguePatients are often anxiousGPs may be daunted/uninterested/naïveMany conditions treatableCancer prognosis dependent on stageNimita asked me to!
9Aim to answer:“what should I not refer?” “what should I definitely refer?” “how should I manage X in the community?” “when should I be worried about….?” “how should I describe this?” “who can help me with this?”