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RCP Cymru Wales launches campaign to protect clinicians' time for research
Research-active hospitals have improved outcomes for patients and many doctors regard research as an important part of their job and a very positive experience.
8 July 2019
Answering 'This Vexed Question': A look back at our women in medicine exhibition
RCP senior curator Dr Kristin Hussey reflects on the debates 'This vexed question: 500 years of women in medicine' has sparked and the legacy of the project.
1 February 2019
Carbon Trust Standard certification awarded to RCP
The RCP has become the first royal college to receive the Carbon Trust Standard certification, in recognition of its commitment to sustainable working.
5 November 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
Plus ça change – but is there new hope for the NHS?
RCP president Professor Jane Dacre outlines how putting social care in the spotlight could improve the fortunes of the NHS.
7 February 2018
Revealing faces from the past with clinical imagery
The Combined Royal Colleges Lecture on 23 November 2017 will show how the faces of historical figures can be depicted through clinical imagery.
3 October 2017
RCP supports National Clean Air Day
As part of the RCP's commitment to tackling the problem of air pollution, we are supporting the UK’s first-ever National Clean Air Day on Thursday 15 June.
15 June 2017
Communicating the health harms of alcohol to the public
As Alcohol Awareness Week begins, Professor Sir Ian Gilmore explains how the government should communicate the harms associated with alcohol to the public.
14 November 2016
Childhood obesity strategy: a missed opportunity
The RCP's special adviser on obesity, Professor John Wass, comments on the release of the government's strategy for addressing obesity in children.
23 August 2016
The RCP welcomes the sugar tax announcement in the Queen's Speech
The RCP welcomes the government’s announcement of the introduction of a tax on sugar-sweetened drinks, which has been included in the 2016 Queen's Speech.
18 May 2016