RCGP Blog

Welcome to the new RCGP blog, where you'll find updates on a range of our activities with posts from RCGP officers, members, staff and guest bloggers.

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Trainee assessments and safeguarding at-risk patients

RCGPNI Chair Dr Laurence Dorman discusses the need to support socially vulnerable patients during the pandemic and the potential of multi-disciplinary teams post-COVID.


Trainees offered Recorded Consultation Assessment in place of Clinical Skills Assessment during COVID-19

We can start to share details of the Recorded Consultation Assessment to be offered in place of the Clinical Skills Assessment during COVID-19, explains Dr Michael Mulholland, RCGP Vice Chair, Professional Development.


Family doctors on the frontline

We are sharing our experience and expertise with other countries as they face the same challenges as our members, explains President of the RCGP, Professor Amanda Howe.


The importance of maintaining a high trust ethos when managing professional activities

I met with Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Matt Hancock and the leader of the opposition Sir Keir Starmer, this week, giving me the opportunity to praise GPs and our teams during this pandemic at the highest levels, reports Professor Martin Marshall, Chair of the RCGP.


Addressing the COVID-19 inquiry in Wales

COVID-19 test results from patients must be shared with GPs and technological innovation should remain part of the long-term future of general practice, explains Dr Peter Saul, Joint Chair of RCGP Wales.


Patient care, technology, and the new frontline

RCGPNI Chair Dr Laurence Dorman highlights the value of GPs’ relationships with patients and discusses how the government can support general practice beyond COVID-19.

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