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A neurologist abroad: the RCP METAF programme
Dr David Nicholl shares his experiences of teaching in Kenya and Tanzania during the first year of the RCP / British Council METAF programme.
22 June 2017
RCP and West African College of Physicians target infectious diseases in Sierra Leone
RCP members are working with west African colleagues in Freetown this week to deliver an intensive clinical skills course.
2 May 2017
Infectious diseases training to begin in Sierra Leone
An intensive RCP / West African College of Physicians infectious diseases training course begins in Freetown on Monday 1 May 2017.
25 April 2017
New mesothelioma lung cancer data shows increase in 1 year survival despite regional variation in treatment
The second mesothelioma report, launched today by RCP London, demonstrates improvement in the number of people diagnosed with malignant pleural mesothelioma (MPM) surviving for more than 1 year*.
8 December 2016
RCP joins METAF programme to increase neurology and oncology specialty skills in East Africa
The RCP is a partner in the East Africa Medical Training and Fellowship programme, which aims to train more oncology and neurology specialists in East Africa.
12 August 2016
RCP joins pan-European ‘Alliance to Save our Antibiotics’
The RCP has joined the Alliance to Save our Antibiotics, which represents organisations from across Europe spanning the health, medical, and environmental sectors.
26 April 2016
Lung cancer surgery survival increase
A report published by the Royal College of Physicians and the Society for Cardiothoracic Surgery in Great Britain and Ireland demonstrates that survival rates after major lung cancer surgery is improving.
8 March 2016