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Dean of the Faculty of Dental Surgery Launches 2020 - 2023 Manifesto

Dean of the Faculty of Dental Surgery Launches 2020 - 2023 Manifesto

Dean of the Faculty of Dental Surgery, Professor Philip Taylor, has now released his manifesto for the Faculty covering 2020 – 2023.

AOMRC National SAS Doctor Conference 2020

AOMRC National SAS Doctor Conference 2020

The AOMRC, in collaboration with hosts, the RCOG and FSRH, have announced details for the next SAS Doctor conference. This year the theme is ‘SAS Doctor Careers – Challenges and Opportunities’ and will take place on the 30th November 2020, via an online platform.

New College Identity - A Message from the RCSEd President

New College Identity - A Message from the RCSEd President

I wanted to announce a change to our logo which we have been working on over the past few months. The RCSEd was founded in 1505 and is therefore one of the oldest Surgical Colleges in the world. We serve almost 30,000 Affiliates, Members, and Fellows across the globe with 40% of our membership based overseas and over 15,500 members in England and Wales. We, therefore, felt it was important that our brand identity reflected our history and our reach.

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Joint Surgical Royal Colleges' Response to the Junior Contract

Joint Surgical Royal Colleges' Response to the Junior Contract - Read more

Presidents of the UK's surgical colleges stress that imposed settlement is wrong way to achieve contractual change



Press Statement: Joint Surgical Royal Colleges' Response to Junior Contract

Joint Surgical Royal Colleges' Response to Junior Contract - Read more

The following statement has been issued by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, the Royal College of Surgeons of England, and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow: “The current dispute between the UK Government and doctors in training in England and Wales has caused considerable unrest across our profession and with the g…



Press Release: Time to Cut the CRP

Time to Cut the CRP - Read more

Research by a local medical student has highlighted that some inappropriate blood tests could be costing the Welsh NHS annually over £80,000 in the assay alone, let alone the time needed to take the blood, interpret the results and review with the patient; the study has won him a prize by Britain’s oldest surgical Royal College. These cost saving …



RCSEd Supports One Team For Our NHS Campaign

RCSEd Supports One Team For Our NHS Campaign - Read more

Publicity drive is delivering message that all staff no matter what their role play an important part in patient care



Press Release: The Bone Collector

The Bone Collector - Read more

Research by a young Exeter-based surgical trainee which could change the way anterior cruciate repair is undertaken in the UK was chosen as the winning paper at a prestigious local medical research competition. The research undertaken by Alasdair Barrie, 27, a year 1 surgical trainee currently based in Exeter, used data from the Exeter Bone Bank t…





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