RCGP Annual Conference - Day 3 highlights

Publication date: 06 October 2018

Professor Graham Watt Emeritus, founder of the Deep End Project, will also take to the stage today with GP Dr Lisa Robins, to talk about tackling health inequalities in Glasgow.

The winners of the RCGP Research Paper of the Year Award will also be announced.

Other sessions include:

Homelessness and health

This session takes an interactive look at the status of homelessness and explores the work of GPs in helping patients struggling to access healthcare.

Promoting general practice in Northern Ireland

Since 2014 Northern Ireland GPs have been volunteering as Undergraduate Medical Champions to inspire and support students towards a career in general practice.

Delegates will hear about successful initiatives that can be replicated elsewhere, including voluntary electives in local practices and diverse GP career portfolios.

Campaigning for general practice 

This session will outline the College's work to create opportunities for late career and retired GPs to continue in primary care as a solution to the GP workforce crisis.

Further Information

RCGP Press office: 020 3188 7633/7574/7575
Out of hours: 0203 188 7659

Notes to editor

The Royal College of General Practitioners is a network of more than 52,000 family doctors working to improve care for patients. We work to encourage and maintain the highest standards of general medical practice and act as the voice of GPs on education, training, research and clinical standards.

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