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Indeg James and Dr Sioned Richards work in the intermediate care team in Carmarthen in west Wales.
This piece is part of a series of blog posts by members of the Inequalities in Health Alliance, highlighting the breadth of health inequalities that exist throughout society. #EverythingAffectsHealth
The RCP is warning that a combination of a rapidly ageing population and a lack of NHS workforce planning means we are sleepwalking into an avoidable crisis of care for older people.
The RCP and the Getting It Right First Time programme (GIRFT) have published a statement which sets out how best to support patients who present with emergency and urgent medical care needs.
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.
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.
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.
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.
We respond to the government's announcement of additional funding for A&E departments.