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Voice-assisted technology has potential, but we must not create a ‘digital divide’ between patients, says College

10 July 2019

Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the Royal College of GPs, has responded to news that the NHS will be using voice-assisted technology to provide health information to patients.


RCGP welcomes roll-out of HPV vaccine to year-8 boys from September

09 July 2019

The RCGP has welcomed an announcement that the HPV vaccine will now be given to year-8 boys in further efforts to protect against the virus.


Primary Care Networks have undeniable benefits, but there is no 'one size fits all' approach to solving GP pressures, says College

01 July 2019

Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the Royal College of GPs, has responded to the launch of Primary Care Networks (PCNs) in England.


Take steps to keep symptoms under control and help prevent 'back to school asthma', says RCGP

01 July 2019

The RCGP has responded to findings published in the BMJ linking 'back to school asthma' with an increase in health service appointments.


Promoting healthy eating to children can have huge benefits for later life says College

29 June 2019

Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the Royal College of GPs, has responded to a pledge from Labour to ensure children have more access to fresh fruit and vegetables.


Future GPs call for fair tariffs for primary care teaching

27 June 2019

Future GPs are calling for fair funding for undergraduate students to train in primary care and help secure the future of their profession.


RCGP Scotland calls for GP Cluster model to be extended to Out of Hours general practice

27 June 2019

RCGP Scotland has called for the GP Cluster model to be extended beyond its current remit of in-hours general practice. RCGP Scotland Chair, Dr Carey Lunan said:


RCGP calls for whole-system approach to improving NHS care for trans patients

25 June 2019

Education and training for healthcare professionals, NHS IT systems, and access to gender identity services must all be addressed in order to improve the care trans patients receive across the UK, the Royal College of GPs has said today.


RCGP Scotland launches 2019 awards to highlight excellence across general practice

24 June 2019

RCGP Scotland is delighted to announce the launch of its 2019 awards. The seven awards that are up for grabs reflect the changing landscape of general practice in Scotland today, and aim to acknowledge the excellence within the GP community working across the country.


RCGP to consult members on assisted dying

22 June 2019

The Royal College of General Practitioners will consult its 53,000 members as to what its stance should be on whether there should be a change in the law on assisted dying.

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