Flexible portfolio training (FPT) was launched as a pilot initiative within higher specialty training offered by Health Education England and the Royal College of Physicians. It protects 1 day a week (or 20% time equivalent) for non-clinical professional development.
The Royal College of Physicians' (RCP's) SFDN offers medical students and foundation doctors an invaluable opportunity to get actively involved with the RCP and to help shape our policy, services and activities.
Royal College of Physicians Quality Improvement (RCPQI) aims to bring together existing quality improvement work within the RCP, as well as developing new infrastructure and approaches, to support and promote a continuously improving healthcare system.
Learning to Make a Difference was a programme designed to empower junior doctors through the development of quality improvement skills, which can then be put into practice to make a real difference in patient care.