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The sixth survey of RCP fellows and members shows that most doctors are at work, generally feel prepared for the second wave and can access the tests they need. But problems do remain.
In May 2020, as the UK passed the initial COVID-19 peak, Dr Michael Fitzpatick, Dr Matthew Roycroft and Dr Gareth Hynes (RCP Trainees Committee) published the
The seventh survey of RCP fellows and members shows that the vast majority of doctors are concerned about the impact of the second wave on their hospital’s ability to deliver effective care
A survey of RCP fellows and members conducted this week has clearly demonstrated the impact that COVID-19 has had on the NHS workforce.
The fourth survey of RCP fellows and members shows just how flexible the NHS workforce has been.
The second survey of RCP fellows and members shows fewer are taking time off work but problems with PPE and testing persist.
To produce this webpage highlighting examples of how NHS providers have mitigated the impact of COVID-19 on health inequalities, RCP has worked with NHS Providers and Provider Public Health Network, a community of pra
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 fifth survey of RCP fellows and members shows that doctors are concerned for patients as practice and rotas return to normal.
The Prime Minister has today announced that there will be an independent public inquiry into the handling of the coronavirus pandemic.