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The Long Term Plan - are we a step closer to a workforce strategy?
RCP president Professor Andrew Goddard discusses what we’ve learned from the new NHS Long Term Plan, and how to create a sustainable workforce.
9 January 2019
'NHS Long Term Plan provides sustainability but we need more doctors' according to RCP
The RCP welcomes the NHS Long Term Plan's focus on changing models of working but stresses the need to increase medical school places to alleviate burnout rate among doctors.
7 January 2019
Medical professionalism – putting humanity in healthcare
Following the publication of 'Advancing medical professionalism', Point of Care Foundation chief executive Jocelyn Cornwell discusses how it aligns with her organisation's goals and findings.
14 December 2018
RCP comment on GMC state of medical education and practice report
RCP president Professor Andrew Goddard responds to the GMC's warning of a future workforce crisis that could be compounded by Brexit.
5 December 2018
RCP launches guidance to promote learning opportunities for healthcare teams
The RCP's latest report, Never too busy to learn, helps healthcare teams make the most of daily learning opportunities in the workplace.
4 December 2018
RCP president responds to GMC national training survey 2018
RCP president Professor Andrew Goddard responds to the publication of the GMC’s 2018 national training surveys, which asked doctors about burnout for the first time.
30 November 2018
WHO director general to deliver opening message at Global Health Horizons 2018
World Health Organization director general Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus will provide a video message to accompany the opening remarks of Professor Dame Jane Dacre at the Global Health Horizons conference on 3 December 2018.
28 November 2018
Cancer treatment progress should focus on entire workforce, says RCP
RCP president Professor Andrew Goddard responds to a report from the Health Foundation assessing progress on cancer care in England over almost two decades.
27 November 2018
Less than a third of doctors involved in winter planning, new RCP poll finds
Less than a third of doctors say they have been asked to take part in planning for winter, despite last winter being one of the worst on record for the NHS.
26 November 2018
RCP backs greater protection for NHS whistleblowers
The RCP welcomes the announcement by the secretary of state for health and social care, Matt Hancock MP, that the government will strengthen protection for NHS whistleblowers.
23 November 2018