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The RCP has welcomed publication of government plans for new NHS legislation in England, which would begin to be implemented in 2022 if passed into law.
The RCP has produced ethical guidance for medical staff who need to assess patients in waiting ambulances because of pressures on hospitals during the pandemic.
Preliminary findings from what is expected to be one of the largest reviews of hospital care delivered during the pandemic, currently being conducted by the RCP, have been presented at the organisation's Medicine 20121 conference.
The #PhysicianCensus provides the three Royal Colleges of Physicians with essential data that we use to lobby for changes, such as additional consultant posts and medical student places.
Five health organisations release new joint guidance today to support teams caring for people with COVID-19.
We respond to the government's announcement of additional funding for A&E departments.
The RCP’s commitment to care quality improvement is highlighted this month with the publication of four key reports from two of the three national audit programmes we lead.
RCP president, Professor Andrew Goddard, responds to Nuffield Trust's report revealing that one in four hospital staff were born outside the UK.
The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) has published a guide for physicians on what they need to know about implementing the NHS Long Term Plan (LTP) to deliver more integrated care.
Change in the NHS can be slow. Here Dr Binita Kane explains how clinicians, patients and strong strategic leadership are coming together to make a difference.