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One of Britain’s first black British consultants, pioneering neurologist James Samuel Risien Russell has today been commemorated with an English Heritage London blue plaque.
On 15 July, the Royal College of Physicians Museum will host a free online event exploring the historical and modern-day development of vaccination.
The Royal College of Physicians has opened its doors virtually, offering the public an opportunity to explore 500 years of medical history via their museum’s new online tours.
The RCP has responded to the Care Quality Commission's (CQC's) report ‘Protect, respect, connect’.
The RCP has published updated guidance on how to support people who have eating and drinking difficulties, particularly towards the end of life.
The RCP has produced a resource in collaboration with the Society of Acute Medicine to support hospital doctors in improving the care and choices provided to people at the end of their life.
RCP’s Library, Archive and Museum Services (LAMS) is proud to launch a new website to showcase the College’s rich 500-year history.
Honest conversations about dying need to begin with a broader understanding of what ‘end-of-life’ actually means, and practical steps to enable the conversations to take place, writes Bev Fitzsimons from the Point of Care Foundation