The Harveian Oration was established in 1656 by William Harvey (1578–1657). Each year, the RCP continues the tradition by inviting a leading doctor or scientist to speak on issues relating to their field of work.
The parliamentary under secretary of state for public health and primary care has commissioned Public Health England (PHE) to conduct a public health focused review of the evidence on dependence, and t
Flexible portfolio training (FPT) was launched as a pilot initiative within higher specialty training offered by Health Education England and the Royal College of Physicians. It protects 1 day a week (or 20% time equivalent) for non-clinical professional development.
The National COPD Audit Programme has embedded quality improvement (QI) into its work. This page will hold all the QI resources produced by the audit programme, along with links to resources elsewhere.
The COPD secondary care workstream comprised two parts: a continuous clinical audit of patients admitted to hospital in England and Wales with COPD exacerbations, and a snapshot audit of the organisation and resourcing of COPD care.