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In early 2019 the RCP carried out an online survey of its members’ and fellows’ views on the subject of assisted dying.
RCP academic vice president, Professor Cheng-Hock Toh, responds to Wellcome’s report on research post-Brexit.
RCP president Professor Andrew Goddard responds to the results of the 2019 general election.
The government must put patient safety at the heart of the continued Brexit negotiations and invest in the health and care workforce, public health and prevention, a capital programme and social care provision.
On 30 March 2020 the RCP published a statement to clarify its position on assisted dying. A copy of that statement is available here.
In the run up to Brexit, we’ve written to the Prime Minister, along with 16 other health organisations, calling for healthcare to be at the heart of EU exit negotiations.
Uncertainty has been the theme of the past few months, as it became clear that the EU exit deal Theresa May’s government negotiated would not make it over the necessary parliamentary hurdles.
The RCP has responded to the 2018/19 Welsh government evaluation of health and care winter resilience 2018/19.
The RCP is taking the unusual step of writing to all MPs asking them to vote against the UK leaving the EU without an agreement, to protect patients.