The results of the second 'View from the COVID-19 frontline' survey show low confidence in returning to non-COVID-19 NHS services and remaining concerns in the area of PPE, testing, drug supply and staff wellbeing.
CPOC has published new FAQs for patients having an operation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The College is repeating its 24 hour snapshot survey 'View from the COVID-19 frontline' to provide members with continuous support best suited for their needs.
The College is the first Medical Royal College to be awarded the PIF TICK. The accreditation ensures continued high quality for all College patient information resources.
This statement urges clinicians to follow the COVID-19 Critical Care NICE guidance when assessing risk/benefit profiles of critical care interventions.
The College has developed a joint strategy document to facilitate the safe resumption of planned surgery in the wake of COVID-19.
RCoA President congratulates the Government for developing the ability for key workers and their households to be tested for COVID-19 if they are showing virus symptoms.
The College surveyed its full membership during a 24 hour period between 15 and 16 April 2020 to gain a snapshot of the experiences of anaesthetists on the front line during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The College reinforces its support to all anaesthetists in dealing with the difficulty of PPE supply shortages and unavailability to safely care for COVID-19 patients.