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The RCP has responded to the launch of a new predictive risk model to help clinicians identify patients who may have a high risk of becoming seriously unwell if they develop COVID-19.
The RCP has produced ethical guidance for medical staff who need to assess patients in waiting ambulances because of pressures on hospitals during the pandemic.
RCP responds to the NHS chief executive’s evidence session which covered lessons learned from the pandemic, including a section on health inequalities.
The eighth survey of RCP fellows and members shows that that despite the positive news about vaccinations, the pressures placed on doctors by the pandemic are taking a significant toll.
RCP has responded to DHSC's announcement that two new drugs have been introduced to treat COVID-19 patients.
The secretary of state for health and social care, Matt Hancock MP, has removed red tape that is stopping doctors returning to practice to help with COVID-19 vaccinations.
Preliminary findings from what is expected to be one of the largest reviews of hospital care delivered during the pandemic, currently being conducted by the RCP, have been presented at the organisation's Medicine 20121 conference.
The RCP has responded to the news of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine being approved for use in the UK.