Dr Katy Islip, a Royal College of Physicians (RCP) chief registrar and specialty trainee in acute medicine and general internal medicine at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, shares her perspective on the importance of empowering patients and individualising care.
Dr Raunak Singh, a Royal College of Physicians (RCP) chief registrar and specialty trainee in geriatric medicine at University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, explains how junior doctors at his trust are benefiting from an improved working environment.
Aneurin Bevan Health Board chief registrar Dr Sabreen Akhtar recounts her experiences and highlights what makes a good leader, how to engage trainees in quality improvement, and why the NHS community is so important to her.
The Obesity Health Alliance (OHA), a coalition of 30 national health charities, medical colleges and campaign groups, yesterday welcomed the announcement in the Budget of a tax on the soft drinks industry.
Pregnant women who undertake strenuous physical activity at work can be reassured by the latest guidance for doctors, issued today by the Health and Work Development Unit (a partnership between the RCP and Faculty of Occupational Medicine).