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For the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) is opening its museum doors to the public.
The RCP has responded to news that the government has confirmed it will make COVID-19 vaccines mandatory for frontline NHS staff from 1 April next year.
The RCP has responded to the chancellor’s Budget and Comprehensive Spending Review.
With just four weeks until the end of British Summer Time, over a third of doctors (36%) say their organisation is not at all prepared for winter.
The RCP has responded to a report by the Health Foundation’s REAL Centre on the future NHS and social care workforce.
RCP responds to Jonathan Ashworth's speech at the Labour Party Conference 2021
Real life stories of how people’s health is damaged by social factors such as poor housing are being highlighted by nearly 200 organisations calling for a cross-government strategy to reduce health inequalities.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced major new investment to deal with the NHS backlog, and begin reform of the social care system in England.
Dr Vincent Mak is a consultant physician in respiratory integrated care at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, and was clinical director of the London Respiratory Network.
The Royal College of Physicians has conducted the largest study to date of the quality of care given to patients in the UK with COVID-19 to identify learnings from the pandemic.