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The RCP has welcomed some of the measures announced in the government's new obesity strategy but is concerned that there is too much focus on individual responsibility.
Professor Rachel Batterham, RCP special adviser on obesity and chair of our advisory group on nutrition, weight and health, responds to Unicef's report, The State of the World’s Chil
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.
Twelve medical organisations have called on the Welsh government and NHS Wales to support trainee doctors to become future medical leaders.
The RCP is calling for obesity to urgently be recognised as a disease by government and the broader health sector, and warning that until this happens its prevalence is unlikely to be reduced.
Supporting doctors in developing new skills and attributes linked to professionalism can help resolve the discontent that many feel with their jobs, according to a report published by the RCP.
A new code of conduct is encouraging doctors to be the best they can be by being more aware of the impact of their behaviours on others.