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COVID-19 Webinar Series
COVID-19 Webinar Series

Join us every Monday at 19:00 BST for our COVID-19 Webinar Series. View previous recording and register to our next session here >

Impact of new COVID restrictions on College activities
Impact of new COVID restrictions on College activities

Due to increased restrictions across the UK, we have had to review our activities for January 2021. Read here >

New RCSEd App
New RCSEd App

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh is excited to announce the launch of the new RCSEd App. Download now! 


Book your next dental or surgical exam with RCSEd. See all of our upcoming examinations here.

RCSEd News
  • Joint UK Royal Surgical Colleges, Federation of Surgical Specialty Associations and Upper Airway Group Statement

    25 January 2021

    In the light of the recent changed JCVI and national public health authorities guidance on vaccination priority and increasing the interval between first and second doses of the vaccine, representatives of the Colleges, FSSA, and the Upper Airway Specialty Group have agreed the following:

  • Candidates Sought for Trainees’ Committee 2021

    21 January 2021

    RCSEd is now looking for new members of the Trainees’ Committee by election from within the trainee members of the College.

  • Joint Letter to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care

    16 January 2021

    The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, along with the Medical Protection Society, British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin Chairman of the Board, Medical Defence Shield, Hospital Consultants and Specialists Association and the The Doctors’ Association have signed a joint letter to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care regarding emergency legislation needed to protect healthcare professionals at risk of inappropriate legal challenge when treating COVID-19 patients.

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