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A dizziness questionnaire is helpful when assessing patients with dizziness in telephone consultations during the COVID-19 pandemic
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  • Anna Kaleva,
  • Laura Leach,
  • F. Fahmy,
  • Lucy Truman,
  • Marcos Martinez Del Pero
Anna Kaleva
Luton & Dunstable NHS Trust

Corresponding Author:anna.kaleva@nhs.net

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Laura Leach
Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Peterborough City Hospital, North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust, UK
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F. Fahmy
West Suffolk & Addenbrooke`s Hospitals
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Lucy Truman
Addenbrooke's Hospital
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Marcos Martinez Del Pero
Cambridge Teaching Hospitals
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No abstract as per guidelines. Key Points instead. Key points • The Roland Dizziness Questionnaire (RDQ) helped clinicians make a diagnosis in patients with dizziness during a telephone consultations • Use of the RDQ reduced the need for additional investigations and telephone follow-up • Use of the RDQ does not significantly reduce the need for face-to-face appointments • Both patients and clinicians found the RDQ a useful addition to the assessment