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Liver services in Wales join RCP-led accreditation scheme
All six health boards in Wales with an acute medical intake are now registered with the Improving Quality in Liver Services (IQILS) project, the UK national accreditation scheme for liver services.
25 September 2018
RCP releases guide for patients over 50 who have broken a bone
The RCP in association with National Osteoporosis Society (NOS) has released Strong Bones After 50, a new guide for patients and carers to support older people who have broken a bone following a fall.
4 June 2018
The social care squeeze: why it's time for reform
In an article from February's issue of Commentary magazine, Simon Bottery from The King's Fund explains why the social care system can't keep pace with increasing pressure.
13 February 2018
RCP launches IQILS accreditation scheme
Improving Quality in Liver Services (IQILS) supports liver services in the UK to work towards accreditation, promoting enhanced care for patients.
10 October 2017
RCP launches new liver accreditation scheme
The RCP has officially launched its new exemplar liver accreditation programme, Improving Quality in Liver Services (IQILS).
31 May 2017
The need for fully joined up patient services to improve hip fracture care
Professor Finbarr Martin discusses the need for a joined up recovery pathway for hip fracture patients that includes community services.
12 September 2016