Two years on from our groundbreaking Every breath we take: the lifelong impact of air pollution, the report's working party chair Professor Stephen Holgate explains how the RCP is continuing to pressure policymakers to act.
Every so often hospital staff see patients literally chained to another person for much or all of their appointment. Radhika Holmström asks is this how prisoners’ healthcare is arranged, and how they get access to hospital?
After the allocation of 1,000 new medical school places, Professor Jane Dacre considers workforce planning challenges facing the profession and the potential solutions available to create a sustainable workforce.
As part of Commentary's special feature on end-of-life care, James Norris, founder of the Digital Legacy Association, examines how a patient's digital footprint is an increasingly common part of advance care planning.
The RCP's Health Informatics Unit (HIU) announces support for the NHS' new Accessible Information Standard guidance, aimed at ensuring clearer health and care information for disabled people and their carers.