Royal College of General Practitioners


Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.

Royal College of General Practitioners

The professional body in the UK which encourages, fosters and maintains standards in general medical practice, providing the voice for general practice to promote the unique patient-doctor relationship, shape the public’s health agenda, set standards in training and education in general practice, promote quality and advance the role of general practice globally.
References in periodicals archive ?
Confirmed speakers for the event include Dr Sohail Munshi, chair of Manchester Primary Care Partnership; Dr Peter Swinyard, chairman of the Family Doctor Association, which is supporting the Showcase and Dr Mike Holmes, Clinical Lead for the Royal College of General Practitioners Supporting Federations programme.
The next OSCE will take place in July at the Royal College of General Practitioners.
KARACHI -- The 10th Continuing Professional Development Course for family physicians being organized by college of Family Medicine Pakistan in collaboration with The Royal College of General Practitioners UK will begin on Sunday at National Institute of Child Health (NICH) auditorium.
Sources at the Royal College of General Practitioners fear doctors will fail to pay for enough services because they "don't understand" the job.
They target doctors at all levels and in all settings, as well as medical students, particularly candidates sitting the membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners.
The Royal College of General Practitioners and the British Medical Association are currently mounting an official challenge to the decision over concerns about the side effects of long term statin use, the Daily Express reported.
The Royal College of General Practitioners (RGCP) said the critical state of general practice is already affecting patient care.
The Royal College of General Practitioners said practices were being hit by cuts in funding at the same time as demand for services was shooting up.
Surgeries have been losing out for eight years as NHS cash is switched to hospitals, says the Royal College of General Practitioners.
4 per cent, according to analysis by the Royal College of General Practitioners and the National Association for Patient Participation.

Full browser ?