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RCGP response to GMC-commissioned review ‘Doctors who commit suicide while under GMC fitness to practise investigation’

19 December 2014

RCGP Chair Maureen Baker said: “Patient safety must be paramount in any fitness to practise process, but it is also essential that GPs and all doctors are investigated fairly and sensitively. It is shocking that so many of them have taken their own lives while investigations have been ongoing.


Major initiative to encourage people to apply for places in general practice training

17 December 2014

RCGP Chair, Dr Maureen Baker, has today written to thousands of trainee doctors in England, encouraging them to apply for a career as a GP.


GPs and physicians want care based on patients' needs rather than buildings

16 December 2014

A new joint statement on integrated care issued today by the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of General Practitioners supports the provision of new models of care based on the needs of patients, service users and communities, rather than buildings.


RCGP response to care data report

12 December 2014

Response to the report on Care.data by the All Party Parliamentary Group for Patient and Public involvement in Health and Social Care and the Patients Association


RCGP response to Health Survey for England’s prescribing figures

10 December 2014

Prescribing is a core skill of GPs, medications are appropriately prescribed and monitored


RCGP response to CQC bandings

05 December 2014

Dr Maureen Baker, Chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners responds to CQC bandings



Increased spending on general practice could save £53m throughout Northern Ireland NHS by 2020

04 December 2014

Increased government spending on general practice could lead to a saving of up to £53m to the NHS in Northern Ireland by 2020, according to new figures produced by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP).


Online fellowship applications launched by RCGP

04 December 2014

The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) has launched a new online system for fellowship applications.


Injection of resources for family doctor service could pave way for urgently needed 'new deal for general practice'

03 December 2014

Dr Maureen Baker, Chair of the Royal College of GPs, said: “We welcome the Chancellor’s decision to provide an urgent injection of investment into general practice.


Increased spending on general practice could save £1.9bn throughout the rest of the NHS by 2020

30 November 2014

Increased government spending on general practice could lead to a saving of up to £1.9bn to the NHS across the UK by 2020, according to new figures produced by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP).

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