Spring is a time to be joyous, thanks to the warmer weather, trees covered with blossom, lambs gambolling in the fields and a plethora of wildflowers. It’s a time of renewal, regeneration and celebration.
Y mis hwn, mae Dr Olwen Williams yn defnyddio ei blog i fyfyrio ar bwysigrwydd yr iaith a ddefnyddiwn, dyddiadau taith Cyfadran y Meddygon a fydd yn digwydd cyn hir yng Nghymru, ac mae'n cyflwyno blogiwr gwadd y mis, sef Dr Hilary Williams.
The RCP has responded to analysis of the 2021 British Social Attitudes survey (BSA) published today by the King’s Fund and the Nuffield Trust showing that satisfaction with the NHS has fallen to its lowest level since 1997.
This month, Dr Olwen Williams uses her blog to reflect on the importance of the language we use, the upcoming Faculty of Physicians tour dates in Wales and she introduces this month’s guest blogger, Dr Hilary Williams.
Testing patients for genetic variations that affect how their body will respond to common medicines must be integrated fully, fairly and swiftly into the NHS, according to a report published by the RCP and the British Pharmacological Society.
The three Royal Colleges of Physicians in collaboration with the Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board launched the Medical Class of 2021 - Post CCT survey on 7 February. This survey was sent to all doctors in the medical specialties in the UK gaining a CCT in 2021.
Yn y blog y mis hwn, mae Dr Olwen Williams mewn undod â chydweithwyr yn y gymuned LGBT+ ac yn cyflwyno ein blogiwr gwadd cyntaf, sef Dr Sam Rice, cynghorydd Rhanbarthol De Cymru ar gyfer Coleg Brenhinol y Meddygon.