RCGP blog

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27 July 2022

Understanding my background is a strength, not a weakness

Dr Hisham Nobeebacchus talks about his background for South Asian Heritage month.

27 July 2022

Experiences Fresh Off the Boat

Dr Ipsita Guha discusses her move to Cumbria to become a GP as part of South Asian Heritage month.

25 July 2022

Helping our patients build back stronger – ‘Stronger My Way’

Loss of muscle strength is one of the hidden impacts of the pandemic, albeit one that might well be noticed if you work in primary care.

30 June 2022

Transforming the careers of senior GPs

The RCGP Later Careers and Retired Members Committee showcase the options open to you as a later career GP.

22 June 2022

Campaigning for general practice in Scotland

As the professional membership body for GPs in Scotland, RCGP Scotland continues to campaign and press for action on a range of issues that matter to general practice and its patients.

22 June 2022

The gift of retirement

Dr Amar Rughani talks about what retirement means to him.

16 June 2022

Winners of the RCGP/SAPC awards for outstanding early career researchers 2022

The RCGP Scientific Foundation Board (SFB) and the Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC) are pleased to announce the winners of the 2022 Awards for Outstanding Early Career Researchers: Dr David Blane and Dr Olive van Hecke (joint winners of the Academic General Practitioner award).

11 June 2022

RCGP examinations - future developments

We hope you have all been keeping well and want to thank you for your continued work to support your general practice colleagues and patients throughout the pandemic. Here’s our latest update on future developments for RCGP examinations. We are currently working on the exam schedule for 2022 and will update you soon.

01 June 2022

Supporting professional development for refugee doctors

Dr Stephen Nickless discusses his experience of helping refugee doctors during his retirement.