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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
Symons collection of medical objects gifted to RCP museum
The RCP is delighted by Arts Council England's announcement that the Symons collection of medical objects has been gifted to the RCP museum.
23 October 2018
Groundbreaking celebrations for RCP's new Liverpool home
Work has officially begun on The Spine – the RCP's new £35 million northern headquarters in Liverpool – following a recent ceremony to mark the breaking of the ground upon which it will be built.
16 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
Professor Andrew Goddard welcomed as RCP's 101st president
Professor Andrew Goddard has assumed the presidency of the RCP, succeeding Professor Dame Jane Dacre.
26 September 2018
RCP presidents present new 500 Charter
On the day of the RCP's 500th anniversary, presidents Professor Dame Jane Dacre and Dr Andrew Goddard arrived at RCP HQ to hand over the new 500 Charter.
23 September 2018
Challenging 500 years of medical history: Answering the vexed question of women in medicine
Dr Kristin Hussey discusses what to expect from the RCP's upcoming exhibition, 'This vexed question: 500 years of women in medicine'.
17 September 2018
RCP500 birthday roundup
The RCP is inviting members, fellows and the general public to join us on and around 23 September in celebrating the 500th anniversary of the signing of its founding charter at a series of unique events.
11 September 2018