Today we have written to Dr Andrew Goodall, Chief Executive of NHS Wales to call for the urgent development of safe sites to sustainably manage patients with non-COVID conditions, particularly those needing surgery, endoscopy or diagnostics. We call for strategic planning, across Health Board boundaries to ensure a consistent approach, to minimise the risks of[…]
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Publication of new independent report into the wellbeing of doctors and medical students The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges in Wales welcomes the General Medical Council’s (GMC) new independent report by Professor Michael West and Dame Denise Coia following a UK-wide review into the wellbeing of doctors and medical students. Caring for doctors, Caring for[…]
The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges in Wales (AMRCW) whilst supporting the need to raise the issue of sleep deprivation and fatigue amongst doctors, also strongly believes that actions are required. The need for action to combat fatigue, and thereby boost Mental Wellbeing in the medical workforce is especially pertinent to those building, or planning[…]
Dr Mair Hopkin has been announced as the new Vice Chair of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges Wales. She will join Dr Esther Youd, Chair and Dr Abraham Theron, Vice Chair, in helping shape the future of healthcare in Wales.
AMRCW Council Meeting, Wednesday 5th Sept. 10:30-13:30. WCVA Offices, Cardiff Bay
Dr Esther Youd has been announced as the new Chair of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges Wales.