NICE bronchiolitis guidance will reassure parents and help reduce antibiotic prescribing, says RCGP

23 June 2016

New guidance from Nice on bronchiolitis in children will reduce anxiety among parents and will help reduce antibiotics prescribing says Maureen Baker, chair of the RCGP.

RCOG new guidance aimed at healthcare professionals not just GPs, says RCGP

22 June 2016

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists issued new guidance today for healthcare professionals to provide more support for pregnant women, but national papers have focused on GPs.

GPs highly trained to care for patients with asthma, says RCGP

21 June 2016

RCGP Chair, Maureen Baker, says GPs are highly trained to care for patients with asthma, but need more investment to meet demand.

RCGP announces survey on indemnity costs

20 June 2016

The RCGP has opened a survey on indemnity costs to get views from members in order to inform response to NHS England's consultation, expected in July.

Only a reversal of cuts will stop GP numbers falling further

14 June 2016

RCGP Scotland chair, Dr Miles Mack, responds to the Primary Care Workforce Survey which revealed a decrease in the number of GPs available to care for Scotland, with the numbers of Whole Time Equivalent GPs falling by 2.4%.

Valued locums not long term solution to recruitment issues in general practice, says RCGP

13 June 2016

Chair of the RCGP, Dr Maureen Baker responds to figures published by the Health and Social Care Information Centre which revealed a correlation between the number of Locum GPs working in most deprived CCG areas.

LGBT patients deserve best possible end of life care, says RCGP

09 June 2016

Responding to a report by Marie Curie on end of life care for LGBT patients, Dr Catherine Millington-Sanders, RCGP and Marie Curie Clinical Lead for End of Life Care, said:

RCGP announces Brain Tumours in Children as a clinical spotlight project

08 June 2016

The Royal College of General Practitioners have announced that the topic of their new clinical spotlight project will be Brain Tumours in Children. The project is designed to help primary care professionals in identifying symptoms and signs of childhood brain tumours, and will run from 2016 to 2017.

New RCGP Marie Curie Palliative Care Fellowship

06 June 2016

The RCGP and Marie Curie have announced a new Scientific Foundation Board (SFB) fellowship in palliative and primary care, offering up to £40,000 to the successful GP.

RCGP response to MND Association report on referral times

01 June 2016

Dr Maureen Baker, Chair of the Royal College of GPs, said: “Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a debilitating neurological disease that has a serious negative impact on our patients’ lives.

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