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RCP Cymru Wales launches campaign to protect clinicians' time for research
Research-active hospitals have improved outcomes for patients and many doctors regard research as an important part of their job and a very positive experience.
8 July 2019
Delivering research for all: What next?
There is growing momentum behind promoting a research-active NHS workforce following RCP’s statement, Delivering research for all.
28 May 2019
Delivering research for all: Dr Tina Dutt's top tips
In the latest blog in our Delivering research for all series, Dr Tina Dutt discusses why she became involved with medical research and her top tips for those who want to do the same.
7 May 2019
Delivering research for all: Professor Sahota's top tips
As part of the RCP's Delivering research for all series, Professor Opinder Sahota discusses how he got started in medical research, and shares his 'top tips' for those interested in getting involved.
26 April 2019
AI for physicians: what should you be doing?
With issues around AI developing at a breathtaking pace, Dr Matthew Fenech explores the rapidly-changing landscape about AI in healthcare and offers valuable advice on how to stay on top of the curve.
13 March 2019
RCP annual conference: Medicine 2019 officially launched
The RCP has officially launched 'RCP annual conference: Medicine 2019', which will take place at Manchester Central Convention Complex on 25–26 April.
7 November 2018
President’s perceptions – budget day, cannabis-derived medicinal products, workforce and AI
Professor Andrew Goddard stresses the need for the chancellor's red box to contain something for social care, and also discusses forthcoming guidance on cannabis-derived medicinal products.
29 October 2018
RCP supports European Health Forum Gastein (EHFG) 2018
The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) is pleased once again to support the annual European Health Forum (EHFG) that takes place in Gastein, Austria, this week.
3 October 2018
Rise of the machines: AI is here, but what is it and how should we use it?
It's not a matter of if artificial intelligence is going to become a reality in healthcare, says RCP president-elect Dr Andrew Goddard: it's happening now.
6 September 2018
RCP calls on doctors to embrace AI, but make sure it works for patients
In new recommendations for the use of AI to support doctors, the RCP has called on the medical profession to embrace the technology, but to make sure that it works for patients.
3 September 2018