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Annual Report 2014

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04 Sep 2014

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh has published its Annual Report for 2014, with updates on key activities and developments from the last 12 months.

Highlights of the year include announcement of Heritage Lottery funding to redevelop the College’s museum and the opening of a regional centre in Birmingham – the College’s first base in England.

Writing in the Trustees’ Report, RCSEd President Mr Ian Ritchie said: “The purpose of the College is to support the maintenance of high standards in surgical practice and in surgical training. We continue to do this by delivering a suite of courses and supporting examinations, both intercollegiate and collegiate, in this country and internationally.

"The College’s courses are wide ranging, from generic ones such as Training the Trainers and a programme on the delivery of Procedure-Based Assessments, down to highly specialised courses in areas of surgical practice across the whole range of the 10 surgical disciplines.”

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