Royal College of General Practitioners

A professional body

The Royal College of General Practitioners is not subject to the Freedom of Information act but we list it here due to its significant public role in regulating the profession and controlling access to it.

The Royal College of General Practitioners curriculum defines the knowledge, skills and qualities required to practise as an independent General Practitioner in the UK NHS.

7 requests
Autism Spectrum Disorder and GP Coding
Follow up sent to Royal College of General Practitioners by A.E. on .

Long overdue.

Please could I have a response to my FOI regarding GP coding for ASD, as it is now overdue, thank you. Yours faithfully, A.E.
I should have received a reply to this request several months ago but I have yet to receive a reply. I will be grateful if my Freedom of Information...
Can you please disclose how many of the doctors who are registered with the RCCP are known to be involved in Cosmetic (Aesthetic) Practice: either...
1. Please could you explain why the list of elearning courses (available to RCGP members, non members and other primary healthcare professionals)...
I have not had any response to my request for information on clinical assessments and objective clinical outcomes for patients with CFS. In the ab...
To whom it may concern   Please be aware that we are not obliged to respond to FOI requests as we are not a public body.   If you have any gen...
I refer you to my FOIA request ( March & April 2015 ) and follow up reminders that have yet to receive any acknowledgement or response - will you p...

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