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The Royal College of Physicians has been involved in producing new enhanced care guidance from the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine (FCIM).
Discovering she was autistic helped make sense of everything for Dr Mary Doherty (@autisticdoctor). She describes the joys of building a community of autistic doctors.
More than 90% of doctors said they hadn’t recently conducted any outpatient consultations by video but 70% thought that at least some could be carried out in this way, according to a survey conducted by the Royal College of Physicians (RCP).
The Royal College of Physicians' (RCP) Enhanced Care Working Parties and the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine (FICM) are pleased to release, 'Enhanced Care: Guidance'
Medical student Alexandra Adams talks about her journey towards becoming the first deafblind doctor in Britain.
Dr Emma Tremaine talks about how being diagnosed with dyspraxia lead her to inspire others to follow in her footsteps.
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.
Iona Price, chair of the RCP’s Falls and Fragility Fractures Audit Programme (FFFAP) Patient Panel, reflects on why she joined the RCP’s Patient and Carer Network.
After a skiing accident left him paralysed from the chest down, Dr Tom Wells still found the strength to become a doctor.