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Six-week post-natal checks continued throughout COVID-19 pandemic, says RCGP

22 April 2021

Responding to a recent survey by the NCT on post-natal care during the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr Victoria Tzortziou Brown, Joint Honorary Secretary of the Royal College of GPs, said the following.


Statement of clarification on the latest NICE chronic pain guidance; regarding patients already on medication

22 April 2021

The launch of any new NICE guideline is always keenly anticipated.


Pandemic has exacerbated workload and workforce pressures facing GPs, says RCGP

17 April 2021

Responding to a report by Healthwatch into GP access during the pandemic, covered in The Times today, Dr Gary Howsam, Vice Chair of the Royal College of GPs, said the following.


Latest PRINCIPLE trial findings ‘exciting and important’ for patient care, says RCGP

12 April 2021

Responding to the latest findings of the PRINCIPLE trial of COVID-19 treatments, published by the University of Oxford, Professor Simon de Lusignan, Medical Director for the RCGP’s Research and Surveillance Centre, said the following.


Medical assessments for prospective foster carer and adopters in Wales statement

08 April 2021

Joint statement from RCGP Cymru Wales and BMA Cymru Wales.


Tackle inequality, invest in technology and wellbeing call from Welsh GPs

08 April 2021

The Royal College of GPs Cymru Wales has set out three major priorities as they call on Senedd election candidates to support general practice as Wales gradually emerges from the pandemic.


RCGP responds to change in JCVI guidance regarding AstraZeneca vaccine for under-30s

08 April 2021

Professor Martin Marshall, Chair of the Royal College of GPs, responds to news from the MHRA and JCVI about the safety of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccination for COVID-19.


Patchy access to alternative pain treatment needs to be addressed ‘urgently’ for new guidelines to benefit patients, says RCGP

07 April 2021

Responding to the publication of new clinical guidelines for chronic primary pain, Professor Martin Marshall, Chair of the Royal College of GPs, said: "Pain can cause untold misery for patients and their families."


RCGP insists vaccination certificates must have ‘zero impact’ on GP workload

01 April 2021

Any introduction of Covid-19 vaccination certificates or passports must have ‘zero impact’ on GP workload, to allow GPs to continue to focus on delivering vital patient care the Royal College of GPs has said.


RCGP response to Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities report

01 April 2021

Responding to the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities report, Professor Martin Marshall, Chair of the Royal College of GPs, said: “The suggestion in this report, that structural racism is not embedded within UK society, does not tally with the experiences of many members from Black, Asian and ethnic minority communities who have reached out to the College over the last year.

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