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Spotlight on delivering quality care
This year’s annual review highlights how patient-centred care is at the heart of everything we do, and how we work to ensure that patients receive the best care possible. The main themes of our 2012 Annual review reflect our five core workstreams.
Sir Richard Thompson reflects on a memorable 12 months in the development of the NHS, and the role of the RCP.
Improving health services
We set up several strands of work in 2012 to ensure that excellent care for all patients - 24 hours a day, seven days a week - across all NHS sites and services becomes a reality.Read more about improving health services
Promoting health and reducing health harm
We continued to set standards and engage with policy makers to keep public health at the heart of the political agenda.Read more about promoting health and reducing health harm
Chief executive’s statement
Martin Else celebrates the RCP’s successes during 2012.
Developing the profession
We continued to provide and enhance our excellent programmes of education and training, to support doctors throughout their careers.Read more about developing the profession
RCP Patient and Carer Network
Suzie Hughes, lay chair of RCP's Patient and Carer Involvement Steering Group, explains how the RCP ensured patient involvement in every aspect of its work in 2012.Read Suzie Hughes’s statement
Delivering quality care for patients
In 2012, we continued to focus on raising the standard of care that doctors deliver and patients receive.Read more about delivering quality care for patients
Supporting and representing doctors
We ensured the voice of our fellows and members were heard at the highest levels in the UK, Europe and internationally.Read more about supporting and representing doctors
Annual report 2012
Our full statutory annual report and accounts for 2012 are now available online.Read the annual report 2012
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