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.

Health inequalities and the future of general practice

There’s no doubt that changes to general practice are going to happen, and for that reason it’s more important than ever that the voice of general practice is heard loud and clear, discusses Dr Laurence Dorman, RCGPNI Chair.

General practice recovery post-COVID

Dr Carey Lunan, Chair of RCGP Scotland, discusses the Colleges's recent focus on recovery planning both for general practice and for the NHS more broadly.

The impact of COVID-19 on children

Dr Mair Hopkin, Joint Chair of RCGP Wales, discusses the topics raised while representing the College in an evidence session with the Senedd Children, Young People and Education Committee.

Patient consent guidance for the Recorded Consultation Assessment

An update with clarity on guidelines on how to gain patient consent when recording consultations for the new exam. Dr Michael Mulholland, Vice Chair, Professional Development.

GPs care about inequalities and want to focus on those with greatest need in their communities

As a College, we haven’t said anything on social media about the #blacklivesmatter movement or the appalling death of George Floyd and the aftermath that we are seeing in the US, and across the world. We don’t want to make statements without substance or without action.

The importance of listening and patient-centred care

Dr Laurence Dorman, RCGPNI Chair, discusses patient concordance in hypertension treatment and highlights RCGPNI’s member engagement virtual roadshow.

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