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This meeting will be relevant to everyone involved in surgical training. this is the Faculty’s 6th annual conference and will ask the question ‘How do we ensure time for training?’
This two day course will cover the following: Upper GI; HPB; Colorectal emergencies; Abdominal wall reconstruction in emergency patient; Endoscopy related to Upper GI Bleeding and control of haemorrhage. Delivered through small group course based learning and discussion.
Run in partnership with the University of Edinburgh, the ESSQ suite of Postgraduate programmes offer a range of options for surgeons in the various stages of their training.
Wade Programme in Surgical Anatomy
The Wade Programme in Surgical Anatomy aims to support the study of surgical anatomy during surgical training and into continuing professional development.
RCSEd Course Accreditation
Having a course accredited by the College shows that it meets the same rigorous internal quality assurance processes as courses within the College’s educational portfolio. By having your course accredited, you will receive a range of benefits.
Scottish Surgical Simulation Collaborative
Simulation is an exciting and rapidly developing contemporary modality of surgical training. The Scottish Surgical Simulation Collaborative (SSSC) is a bicollegiate group of the RCSEd and RCPSG, with close ties to NHS Education for Scotland.
Non-Technical Skills for Surgeons (NOTSS)
NOTSS is a behaviour rating system based on a skills taxonomy that allows valid and reliable observation and assessment of four categories of surgeons' non-technical skill: situation awareness, decision making, communication & teamwork, and leadership.
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