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Pill study should reassure millions of women workdwide, says RCGP

22 March 2017

Responding to research conducted by the University of Aberdeen, which originated from a study by the Royal College of GPs in 1969, Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the RCGP, said:


Report highlights extra resources GPs need to carry out further training in managing suicide risk, says RCGP

17 March 2017

Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the RCGP, has responded to an inquiry into adult suicide by the Health Select Committee.


Patients need good access to GP services wherever they live, says RCGP

17 March 2017

Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the RCGP, has responded to a new report out today by the Local Government Association and Public Health England on patient health in rural areas.


Any changes to the way we work must be made in patients' best interest, says RCGP

17 March 2017

Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the RCGP, has responded to comments made by David Mowat MP on Government plans to turn 7,500 GP surgeries into 1,500 "superhubs".


Yet again, vital funding for general practice being used to shore up hospitals, says RCGP

16 March 2017

Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the RCGP, has responded to news from the Health Service Journal today which claims that £800m CCG funding, initially intended for general practice, is instead going to be used to plug hospital deficits.


RCGP addresses NHS England's extension of GP winter indemnity scheme

15 March 2017

Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the RCGP, responds to NHS England's decision to extend their GP winter indemnity scheme until the end of April 2017.


A credit to GPs across the country that diagnosis of dementia has significantly increased, says RCGP

14 March 2017

Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the RCGP, has responded to a study published today by Alzheimer's Society UK on the varying health outcomes for patients who encouraged to seek early diagnosis of dementia in general practice.


It's vital that new recruits are given every opportunity to choose a career in general practice, says RCGP

14 March 2017

Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the Royal College of GPs, has responded to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt's comments on 1,500 extra undergraduate training places for home-grown medical staff.


Chief Executive to leave RCGP

14 March 2017

Neil Hunt has today announced that he is leaving his role as Chief Executive of the RCGP after six years.


Cervical screening important regardless of sexual orientation, says RCGP

13 March 2017

Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the Royal College of GPs, said: “Millions of women every year are appropriately screened for cervical cancer – and it’s safe to say that this national programme is one of the great successes of the modern NHS.

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