The RCP Code of Conduct is intended to provide a clear set of expectations as to how RCP members, fellows and other healthcare professionals conduct themselves when working for or representing the RCP. Council approves a procedure whereby concerns raised about the conduct of RCP members and fellows are assessed against the RCP Code of Conduct.
The Code of Conduct, including the standards expected, can be downloaded below.
Raising concerns about RCP fellows and members
The RCP aims to provide a clear, fair and transparent process in which complaints regarding the conduct of members and fellows are assessed against the RCP Code of Conduct.
Council approves the procedure for investigating conduct matters - a summary document can be downloaded below.
The office of the registrar is the main first point of contact for ‘matters of concern’ raised about the membership. These should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
More widely, RCP fellows and members are expected to be in Good Standing. The ‘Definition of Good Standing at the RCP’ can be downloaded below.