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Energy conference cancelled after College concerns

16 January 2020

The College has announced today that an oil and gas conference due to take place at its headquarters has been cancelled


RCGP launches trailblazing LGBT e-learning suite for family doctors

16 January 2020

We want to ensure LGBT patients receive good, safe care, says Chair of RCGP as, together with the Government Equalities Office (GEO), we launch a suite of e-learning resources to support GPs to deliver the best possible care for LGBT patients.


New entrepreneur GPs join RCGP's Innovators Mentorship Programme

15 January 2020

A new cohort of GPs who have developed problem-solving innovations to improve primary care and patient experiences of general practice have joined the Royal College of GPs' Innovators Mentorship Programme (IMP).


Missed GP appointments are frustrating – but there may be underlying reasons why patients don't turn up, says College

12 January 2020

Read our full response to a story in today's Sunday Times on numbers of patients who book – then miss - GP appointments


RCGPNI welcomes GP priorities within new political deal

10 January 2020

The Royal College of General Practitioners Northern Ireland (RCGPNI) has welcomed the publication of a draft deal aimed at restoring the Stormont Assembly.


Female GPs shouldn't be limited by glass ceilings – gender barriers must be identified and addressed, says RCGP

10 January 2020

Responding to the latest Institute for Public Policy Research analysis that found pay inequalities among general practitioners Professor Martin Marshall, Chair of the Royal College of GPs, said:


PCNs are an opportunity for general practice but serious consideration must be given to their development

10 January 2020

The RCGP has commented on NHS England's proposed specifications for Primary Care Networks, which are currently out for consultation.


GPs and patients 'deserve better', says new College Chair as he calls on Health Secretary for urgent action to improve workforce and tackle workload

09 January 2020

The new Chair of the Royal College of GPs has called on Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock for urgent action to deliver the 6,000 additional GPs promised in the General Election manifesto so that patients no longer have to face 'unacceptable' waits for a GP appointment.


Long waiting times for GP appointments are unacceptable, says College, as it calls on Government to prioritise general practice which has been 'running on empty for too long'

05 January 2020

Read our full statement on this week's front page story in the Sunday Times on waiting times for GP appointments.

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