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The sixth survey of RCP fellows and members shows that most doctors are at work, generally feel prepared for the second wave and can access the tests they need. But problems do remain.
The RCP has responded to the rollout of the coronavirus contact tracing app across England and Wales.
The RCP has responded to the announcement by the chief scientific officer Sir Patrick Vallance and the chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty.
RCP's response to the government’s announcement of a brand new National Institute for Health Protection.
We are extremely concerned about people who are clinically extremely vulnerable, unable to work from home and are losing income protection that was put in place at the beginning of the pandemic.
The RCP has responded to today’s launch by government of the NHS test and trace app.
The fifth survey of RCP fellows and members shows that doctors are concerned for patients as practice and rotas return to normal.
Survey finds RCP members worried that patients have suffered harm or complications following diagnosis or treatment delays during the pandemic.
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.
RCP clinical director for quality improvement and patient safety, Dr John Dean, discusses how recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic presents an opportunity to improve future healthcare.
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