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New legislation offering a new opportunity: discussing the Homelessness Reduction Act 2017
Dr Nigel Hewett, medical director of health charity Pathway, writes for the RCP on a new duty of care that is a step in the right direction towards making a difference for this vulnerable group.
19 December 2018
Rethinking long-term conditions and disability – why the government's new 'Improving lives' white paper is important
Dr Sara Booth discusses changes outlined in the UK government's recently published white paper Improving lives: the future of work, health and disability.
30 April 2018
The physician and the dance of death
RCP rare books and special collections librarian Katie Birkwood explores the dance of death, an artistic genre that offers fascinating insight into mortality during the Late Middle Ages.
7 March 2018
End-of-life care: can it be everyone's business?
We often hear that end-of-life care is everyone's business, but Professor David Clark asks is it time for a reality check?
20 February 2018
The social care squeeze: why it's time for reform
In an article from February's issue of Commentary magazine, Simon Bottery from The King's Fund explains why the social care system can't keep pace with increasing pressure.
13 February 2018
Plus ça change – but is there new hope for the NHS?
RCP president Professor Jane Dacre outlines how putting social care in the spotlight could improve the fortunes of the NHS.
7 February 2018
‘Some obscure dark corner’: Elizabeth Garrett Anderson writes to the RCP
Letters in the RCP archives written by the pioneering feminist and physician Elizabeth Garrett Anderson (1836–1917) demonstrate her determination to achieve success in the then almost exclusively male field of medicine.
17 March 2017
‘Light the blue touchpaper …’: fireworks in 17th-century England
17th-century firework-making instructions from the RCP library, including how to make St George and a dragon ‘run furiously’ at each other.
4 November 2016
The Censors Room: a symbolic gateway to an ancient institution
Within the 20th-century modernism of the RCP's Grade I listed headquarters sits a 17th-century oak-panelled interior known as the Censors Room.
6 August 2015