Before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr Sam Rice, a consultant physician in Llanelli, and Kimberley Littlemore, creative director at eHealth Digital Media Ltd, worked together to develop a series of educational films about diabetes.
In this piece, Dr Rachel McCoubrie talks about her work supporting doctors and how coaching can help with self-confidence, limiting beliefs, dealing with anxiety and promoting resilience and positivity.
Occupational Health (OH) services deal with the effect of work on people’s health, and conversely, the effect of health on their work. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light, now more than ever, the need for OH services to act as a bridge between health and workplaces.
We spoke to Ken Tait and Angela Chesworth, two members of the PCN, who share a bit about themselves, give their opinions on the importance of collaboration and tell us about the recent Global Patients Congress to mark World Patient Safety Day.
As the Royal College of Physicians celebrates World Patient Safety Day, Dr John Dean, consultant physician and RCP clinical director of quality improvement and patient safety, explores how a daily focus on risk across the system can reduce patient harm.
Professor Simon Maxwell outlines the Prescribing Safety Assessment, designed to ensure that new graduates have the knowledge and skills to safely prescribe and supervise medicines in modern healthcare.
Dr Chris van Tulleken is an infectious diseases doctor, and one of the BBC’s leading science presenters, known for his work in Operation Ouch, 'Trust Me, I’m a Doctor', and 'The Doctor Who Gave Up Drugs'.
After falling ill while undertaking her medical training, Dr Ruth Silverton experienced what it was like to be both doctor and patient. In this blog post, she talks us through her own unique path into the world of medicine.