Ym mlog y mis hwn, mae Dr Hilary Williams, is-lywydd RCP Cymru yn myfyrio ar Ddiweddariad mewn meddygaeth llwyddiannus arall, pam y dylen ni dathlu amrywiaeth o lwybrau gyrfa a pham mae pawb yn haeddu ychydig o amser i ddysgu sgiliau newydd.
This month, our guest blogger, Dr Justyna Witczak, consultant in diabetes and endocrinology, and the Wales representative on the RCP New Consultants Committee, discusses her career in academic medicine and research.
In this month's blog, Dr Hilary Williams, RCP vice president for Wales reflects on another successful Cardiff Update in medicine, why we should celebrate diversity of career pathways and why everyone deserves some time out to learn new skills.
Winter is on its way and, as a cardiologist, it’s not just the dropping temperature which sends a chill down my spine. I know that cold snaps exacerbate cardiac-related disease. Every winter, I see an uptick in the number of people requiring urgent care.
To mark World Osteoporosis Day, Dr Inder Singh, the Welsh government’s national clinical lead for falls and frailty, reflects on the importance of fracture liaison services for improving patient outcomes and reducing the pressure on NHS service.