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In early 2019 the RCP carried out an online survey of its members’ and fellows’ views on the subject of assisted dying.
On 30 March 2020 the RCP published a statement to clarify its position on assisted dying. A copy of that statement is available here.
Day 2 of the RCP annual conference included a plenary session focusing on innovation, chaired by the RCP president Professor Andrew Goddard.
Day 2 of the RCP’s Medicine 2019 annual conference included a fascinating session on evolving systems chaired by Professor Dame Jane Dacre, former president of the RCP.
The RCP is calling for more research to be conducted in NHS trusts to support high quality patient care, with ‘protected time’ for doctors, nurses and other clinicians to undertake research projects.
On Day 2 of the RCP Medicine 2019 conference, Professor Cheng-Hok Toh chaired a session on physicians for the world.
On day 2 of the RCP Medicine 2019 conference, Dr Matthew Roycroft chaired a session on clinical cases.
Day 2 of the RCP annual conference included a session on the challenges facing palliative care and how new models and systems can help.
Chaired by Dr Kate Lovett, dean of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, this session focused on the mental health of both patients and practitioners.