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Special Awards at First RCSEd Diploma Ceremony of 2020

Special Awards at First RCSEd Diploma Ceremony of 2020

We offer congratulations and a warm welcome to all of the new Fellows and Members attending the first Diploma Ceremony of 2020. With their family and friends, diplomates have travelled from across the globe to receive their awards and celebrate their success.

Apply to be an RCSEd International Surgical Adviser

Apply to be an RCSEd International Surgical Adviser

RCSEd is renewing its network of International Surgical Advisers (ISAs). This is an exciting opportunity to become a key part of a network of ISAs engaged in promoting RCSEd worldwide and to help deliver the new RCSEd international strategy. These positions are open to Fellows based outside of the United Kingdom.

Nominations Sought for College Council Vacancies

Nominations Sought for College Council Vacancies

The Council of the College is seeking nominations for four vacancies which will arise on Council at the AGM in November 2020 when Mr W J R Currie, Mr T Graham, Mr S Gupta and Miss A Paisley will come to the end of their terms of office. Nominees must be Fellows of The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, in good standing with the College and the appropriate professional regulator.

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Press Release: Training Model Needs Fleshing Out, Say Surgeons

Training Model Needs Fleshing Out, Say Surgeons - Read more

Britain’s oldest Royal College and the only in the UK to have a Faculty of Surgical Trainers, the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (www.rcsed.ac.uk); dedicated to promoting the highest standards in surgical education, training and clinical practice; today showed broad support for the Shape of Medical Training report, but expressed disappointm…



Press Release: Cut the Rope (with a No.10 Scalpel)

Cut the Rope (with a No.10 Scalpel) - Read more

The newest advances in simulation technology such as those used in aviation are today being unveiled at the Annual Meeting of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh’s (www.rcsed.ac.uk) Faculty of Surgical Trainers, taking place at the MacDonald Burlington Hotel in Birmingham. The meeting entitled, "Playing for real: Simulation In Surgical Trai…



Press Release: From 50% Mortality to Zero

From 50% Mortality to Zero - Read more

A presentation at the annual President’s Meeting at Britain’s oldest surgical Royal College today highlights recent advances which have seen the treatment of devastating conditions historically associated with 50% mortality rates reduced to virtually zero. The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (www.rcsed.ac.uk); later this month opening its fi…



Press Release: Musculoskeletal Issues

Musculoskeletal Issues - Read more

A study to be presented at the annual President’s Meeting at Britain’s oldest surgical Royal College today highlights the issue that many referrals to specialists for bone and joint issues are unnecessary. The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (www.rcsed.ac.uk); which later this month opens its first centre of operations in Birmingham to cater…





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