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Academy of Medical Royal Colleges publishes report looking at the predicted impact of Artificial Intelligence

As Matt Hancock continues to promote his digital vision for the NHS as Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AoMRC) has published its Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare report looking at the likely impact of AI on the UK healthcare system. The report welcomes the flood of new

Information from the Department of Health & Social Care and the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges on the risks of a no-deal Brexit

The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AoMRC) have published their response to the government consultation on the ‘Development of a Serious Shortage Protocol’ for drug supplies in the possible event of a no-deal Brexit: ‘Serious shortages of drugs would cause significant risks to patients. The Academy therefore recognises that planning for managing a serious drug

Academy of Medical Royal Colleges outlines priorities for NHS England’s proposed 10 year plan

The Royal College of Ophthalmologists (RCOphth) has contributed to the Academy’s response to the proposed 10 year plan to deliver improvements in the NHS. Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, wishes to ensure that Medical Royal Colleges (MRCs) and clinicians are key contributors to the planning process. The Academy has collated

‘The Reflective Practitioner’ Joint AoMRC, COPMED, GMC and MSC Guidance launched

This guidance has been produced jointly by the Academy, the Conference of Postgraduate Medical Deans (COPMED), the General Medical Council (GMC) and the Medical Schools Council (MSC). This guidance supersedes the interim guidance produced by the Academy and COPMED in March 2018. The guidance was developed following calls from doctors, responsible officers and appraisers, for

Academy of Royal Medical Colleges – What does an effective multi-professional team approach look like to deliver population health outcomes?

On Friday 27 October we joined other royal colleges at the AoRMC’s recent event to share learning on how better multi-disciplinary team working can improve population health. The day was opened by Carrie MacEwen, Chair of the AoMRC, and attended by RCOphth president Mike Burdon, Jane Harcourt, our Workforce Committee Chair and myself, Policy Researcher,