Listening to our members, we actively shape our service to deliver and act upon what is most important to our membership.
Accordingly, we constantly review and consider the most effective way of engaging with our membership, Gaining the fullest picture of how we can collectively achieve our Vision of becoming the independent voice promoting medical royal college standards through leadership and collaboration and in improving the health of the people of Wales
Each member Royal College designates a council member. We pride ourselves on having specialist guidance, cross sector opinion and significant influence throughout council.
The trainee voice is crucial to our development as an Academy. Trainee representation is active through council and representative voice in meeting with Welsh Government & other key stakeholders.
Policy Officers are a key component of our Academy operations. Engagement is through both council meeting and regular consultation with our Operational Manager.
We operate closely with a number of key stakeholders both in commission and in joint work of projects crucial to shaping the health agenda in Wales.
We’ll be highlighting several case studies, of good practice on our site, some have emerged from our recent consultations and others have been submitted directly to us. If there is a case study or piece of work that you’d like us to highlight, please get in touch.
We offer regular newsletters and updates to individuals and organisations that sit within and outside of our membership.
We are committed to growing our social media presence, providing updates and engaging through the most accessible communication channels.
We highlight personal views on healthcare in Wales, Each opinion article published will be written by a Professional and explore healthcare, medical work or health and well being across Wales.
We produce at least 6 monthly reporting on Academy operation. Our AMRCW Operational Report is due in July.
We undertake dedicated project work upon collective council agreement. Most recently our work into the Primary & Secondary Care Interface.
We produce statements giving a collective & independent view to a number of cross - speciality issues. Most recently into Gender Identity Services in Wales.
We are committed to deliver awareness campaigns with partners and stakeholders. This includes our work in delivery of Choosing Wisely Wales and other planned campaigns.