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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Care homes and relationship-based care

While we have had to rapidly embrace new ways of working, it is our strong existing relationship with care home staff and patients that has underpinned our ability to care for our care home residents effectively, says Dr Will Mackintosh, Chair of RCGP South West Wales Faculty.

Mentoring and FutureGPNI

Not everyone will need a formal process to help them set goals, but I couldn’t recommend the mentoring process highly enough, says Dr Nicola Topping, RCGNI's First5 Chair.

Never has wellbeing been more important

Dr Carey Lunan, Chair of RCGP Scotland, highlights the renewed focus on wellbeing in light of the COVID pandemic, and the importance of team working.

An opportunity for constructive and practical learning

Shouldn’t we learn in order to ensure that any errors aren’t repeated? Isn’t learning particularly important as we prepare for the post-lockdown peaks and the second wave of the pandemic expected in the winter? No one should pretend that our country has managed this crisis well; we have much to learn.

COVID warriors

Medical research in general practice has never been so important, says Dr Laurence Dorman, RCGPNI Chair.

Being a truly representative College

We need to ensure as level a playing field as possible so all GPs can become involved with the work of their College, if we wish to be representative, says Dr Carey Lunan, Chair of RCGP Scotland.

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