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The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) has responded to DHSC's announcement that they will delay implementing new laws designed to limit junk food marketing tactics.
A third of the country does not have access to obesity treatment, says the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) in a new hard-hitting documentary about the growing obesity crisis and how to tackle it.
On World Obesity Day 2022, the Royal College of Physicians is calling for ‘a National Obesity Prescription for England’ to improve care and reduce prevalence.
A third of the country does not have access to obesity treatment, says the RCP in a new hard-hitting documentary about the growing obesity crisis and how to tackle it.
The RCP's lead adviser on obesity, Professor Rachel Batterham, responds to the World Obesity Federation's latest report showing obesity has been linked to a higher risk of severe COVID-19 and death from the disease.
The RCP has welcomed some of the measures announced in the government's new obesity strategy but is concerned that there is too much focus on individual responsibility.
The RCP’s commitment to care quality improvement is highlighted this month with the publication of four key reports from two of the three national audit programmes we lead.
Professor Rachel Batterham, RCP special adviser on obesity and chair of our advisory group on nutrition, weight and health, responds to Unicef's report, The State of the World’s Chil
The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) has published a guide for physicians on what they need to know about implementing the NHS Long Term Plan (LTP) to deliver more integrated care.
Change in the NHS can be slow. Here Dr Binita Kane explains how clinicians, patients and strong strategic leadership are coming together to make a difference.