College publishes 2018 Annual Report

10 Dec 2018

During the past 12 months, we have sharpened our focus even further and continue to make excellent progress towards achieving our ambition to be the “Go To” Royal College. We have harnessed our efforts to deliver on three strategic priorities:

The College has published our 2018 Annual Report.

Launching the document, our CEO Dr. Steve Graham said:

During the past 12 months, we have sharpened our focus even further and continue to make excellent progress towards achieving our ambition to be the “Go To” Royal College. We have harnessed our efforts to deliver on three strategic priorities:

  • To deliver an educational and assessment programme that responds to and meets the needs of our members and prospective members, enabling them to deliver the highest standards of care to their patients
  • To engage and connect with our members and prospective members in a way which is both effective and impactful
  • To raise our profile across healthcare, public and political domains as an influencer of change for the common good

Today our College membership comprises 14,458 individuals across 87 countries. Our College is a thriving, diverse, global community and we are delighted to welcome more than 1,000 new Fellows and Members in 2018.

Thanks to the commitment of our membership, our clinical volunteers, and our staff, we are well set to continue to deliver on our College purpose.

View 2017 – 2018 Annual Report

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