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The RCP’s fourteenth survey of members and fellows during the COVID-19 pandemic shows that absence is now falling, but it follows a period in which most felt overwhelmed on at least one occasion.
The RCP has responded to the Health and Social Care Committee’s report, ‘Clearing the backlog caused by the pandemic’.
RCP’s thirteenth survey of members and fellows during the COVID-19 pandemic shows that absence due to illness is rising, particularly in London.
The RCP has responded to the news that the Rt Hon Baroness Heather Hallett DBE will chair the forthcoming public inquiry into the COVID-19 pandemic.
The RCP has responded to news that the government has confirmed it will make COVID-19 vaccines mandatory for frontline NHS staff from 1 April next year.
As the Welsh NHS enters a second pandemic winter, 17 medical royal colleges and faculties have come together with a joint statement calling for national action on workforce shortages, health inequalities and the NHS backlog.
The twelfth survey of RCP members and fellows during the COVID-19 pandemic was conducted as more of the population returns to normality and winter is on the horizon.
Authors: Dr Sarah Logan, deputy director, Medical Workforce Unit; Dr Rifca Le Dieu, deputy director, Medical Workforce Unit; Dr Harriet Gordon, chair, Flexibility and Wellbeing Group.