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Later careers – stemming the drain of expertise and skills from the profession
We simply need more doctors: the increase in medical school places is welcome, but these future doctors will not enter the workforce until 2023 at the earliest.
16 November 2017
NHS frontline physicians braced and prepared for winter pressures but need the resources to meet demand
RCP president Professor Jane Dacre has written to chief executives and medical directors of NHS trusts with guidance on how to mitigate winter pressures.
3 November 2017
Getting into clinical research in the NHS
Dr Chee-Seng Yee, consultant rheumatologist at Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, offers advice on developing research activities.
31 March 2017
My journey to research
Dr VJ Karthikeyan, a consultant cardiologist at the North Wales Cardiac Centre, encourages others to follow him in pursuing research in their medical career.
3 March 2017
Assessing vision reduces the risk of inpatient falls
The RCP's clinical lead for the National Audit of Inpatient Falls, Shelagh O'Riordan, explains how using the RCP's new bedside vision assessment tool can help prevent inpatient falls
30 January 2017
Free workshop: 'Professionalism – how to recognise and challenge poor behaviour in the workplace'
As part of its new programme of work focusing on professionalism, the RCP will be running a series of four free workshops in partnership with the GMC.
10 January 2017
Dear Doctor – the importance of improving outpatient letters
The RCP Health Informatics Unit discusses the importance of outpatients letters and why it is important that it is brought together with the convenience of technology to create new standards for communication.
19 December 2016
Communicating the health harms of alcohol to the public
As Alcohol Awareness Week begins, Professor Sir Ian Gilmore explains how the government should communicate the harms associated with alcohol to the public.
14 November 2016
RCP launches #5minutesto consultant census campaign
Complete the new, shorter annual census of consultant physicians to influence governments, support workforce planning and contribute to health policy.
3 October 2016
Ensuring future generations have healthy lungs for life
Professor Stephen Holgate, special adviser on air quality to the RCP, reflects on the latest evidence on the impact of air pollution on health.
5 September 2016