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The twelfth survey of RCP members and fellows during the COVID-19 pandemic was conducted as more of the population returns to normality and winter is on the horizon.
Authors: Dr Sarah Logan, deputy director, Medical Workforce Unit; Dr Rifca Le Dieu, deputy director, Medical Workforce Unit; Dr Harriet Gordon, chair, Flexibility and Wellbeing Group.
The census provides the three Royal Colleges of Physicians with essential data that we use to lobby for changes, such as additional consultant and SAS posts and
The General Medical Council (GMC) has published the summary findings of its 2021 national training survey. It found that the pandemic increased burnout among doctors.
Health Education England (HEE) has been commissioned by the Minister of State for Care, Helen Whately, to look at the future of the health and social care workforce.
The RCP has signed a joint letter calling on the government to strengthen provisions on workforce planning in the Health and Care Bill ahead of its second reading on Wednesday 14 July.
The Health and Social Care Select Committee has today published the report from its inquiry into workforce burnout and resilience in the NHS and social care.
The RCP has set out principles against which it will assess any proposals to create more flexible routes to studying medicine and becoming a doctor.