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The HST census provides the three Royal Colleges of Physicians with essential data that we use to lobby for changes, such as training posts and
The census provides the three Royal Colleges of Physicians with essential data that we use to lobby for changes, such as additional consultant and SAS posts and
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.
With plans to build 40 hospitals in the UK by 2030 now moving forward, the RCP has published a report outlining how new hospitals should be designed and planned to improve patient pathways and staff wellbeing.
The RCP has published a joint statement with Society for Acute Medicine in response to NHS England’s review of urgent and emergency care standards.
President of the Royal College of Physicians Professor Andrew Goddard reflects on the year since the UK went into lockdown, and what vital lessons we must learn from COVID-19.
The RCP has welcomed publication of government plans for new NHS legislation in England, which would begin to be implemented in 2022 if passed into law.
The RCP has produced ethical guidance for medical staff who need to assess patients in waiting ambulances because of pressures on hospitals during the pandemic.
Ahead of proposed legislative changes, Dr Jonathan Steel, RCP lead fellow for social care, discusses the importance of locally owned models of care in enabling integration.