Dr Victoria Tzortziou Brown, RCGP London Chair
Treasurer: Dr Anwar Khan
The RCGP London Committee is a collaboration between the three RCGP London Faculties: North and West London, North East London and South London Faculties, representing one voice for the capital’s RCGP members.
The Committee is made up of representatives from all the London Faculty Boards, encompassing GPs from across the career spectrum with varied special interests. The collaboration ensures that the services offered by the individual Faculties do not overlap and efforts are not duplicated. It also initiates a number of joint ventures.
RCGP London Initiatives
The London Journal of Primary Care is an international, peer-reviewed, pub-Med cited Journal and the official publication of RCGP London. The Journal, edited by Professor Paul Thomas and a team of experts from across the field of Primary Care, publishes a range of articles including case studies, editorials, multidisciplinary research collaborations and evaluated system improvement projects.
By giving a voice to London’s GPs, the Journal aims to demonstrate ways to tackle old or difficult problems in new ways and to excite conversations amongst pioneering primary care specialists – all to inform grass root developments. The Journal also publishes regular London Landscape articles – reflective pieces that make an ideal platform from which appraisees can publish their work.
The editorial team offers a unique mentoring service to authors to help nurture articles from concept to publication, regardless of the author’s prior writing experience.
For more information or to submit a paper, contact LJPC@rcgp.org.uk.
The London Journal of Primary Care has published a special issue of on new models of care in support of the City Health Conference 2017. Read the virtual issue, here.
City Health Conference | 30 March 2017
The City Health Conference is the flagship event of RCGP London and brings together GPs and primary care teams from across the capital to highlight and address new ways of working in an increasingly challenging environment.
Life after VTS study day
The popular Life after VTS study day are organised by the AiT/First5 members of RCGP London and provide practical support for young GPs upon completing their VTS training, including CV writing, appraisals, revalidation, contracts and much more.
Future events will take place on 3 June 2017 and 29 July 2017. More details to follow.
EASE (Education and Social Events) | monthly
EASE events are free to all RCGP members and provide a great opportunity to socialise with your local peers and receive detailed updates on a key clinical issues. EASE take place on the second Thursday of every month and rotate around the London patch.
- The next EASE event, on emergency and expedition medicine will take place on Thursday January in West London.