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RCP launches Wellbeing 2018 survey
The RCP is calling on the consultant workforce to complete our Wellbeing 2018 survey, which is used to influence government, support workforce planning, and contribute to national health policy.
5 February 2018
NHS staff shortages leave doctors working in a system that isn’t safe
RCP president Professor Jane Dacre wrote an open letter to The Guardian highlighting safety issues surrounding the ongoing staff shortages in the NHS and the issues with tier 2 visas.
30 January 2018
New RCP resource aims to improve team working in the NHS
The RCP has today launched Improving teams in healthcare, a set of new resources aiming to promote improved team working in the NHS.
21 November 2017
Wellbeing survey finds majority of consultants do not feel valued by their hospital
A survey undertaken by the RCP has found that only one in four substantive consultant physicians currently working in the UK feel valued by their hospital.
24 July 2017
Freeing up doctors to help the wider NHS
The chief medical officers and the GMC have sent a letter to NHS trusts in support of doctors who contribute their time to work for the wider benefit of the NHS.
17 July 2017
RCP launches #5minutesto consultant census campaign
Complete the new, shorter annual census of consultant physicians to influence governments, support workforce planning and contribute to health policy.
3 October 2016
Allies: the First World War and drugs
During the First World War the physician Sir Henry Hallett Dale worked at Mount Vernon Hospital to improve the standardisation and safety of drugs.
24 June 2016
Clinical neurophysiology: historical highlights
The RCP library, archive and museum collections shed light on the development of clinical neurophysiology, which is one of the younger medical specialties.
17 June 2016
Around the world in 80 resorts: travelling for health in the 19th century
Digitising 19th-century rare books in the RCP library has revealed a large number of titles about health resorts and spa towns across Europe and beyond.
10 June 2016
'Hold the hearse!': exceptional and extraordinary lives
Playwright and theatre-maker Julie McNamara describes the inspiration for her work exploring perceptions of disability to be performed at the RCP in June 2016.
3 June 2016