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Tackling Bullying and Undermining in Surgery and Dentistry eModule

Tackling Bullying and Undermining in Surgery and Dentistry eModule

College launches e-learning module as part of #LetsRemoveIt anti-bullying and undermining campaign

RCSEd Publishes Plan for Safer Working Environment

RCSEd Publishes Plan for Safer Working Environment

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) has today published a number of critical recommendations to government to greatly improve safety in the delivery of surgical treatment and patient care, with seven recommendations for best practice.

Emergency General Surgery – a Consensus Statement

Emergency General Surgery – a Consensus Statement

RCSEd, Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland, Emergency General Surgery Board and the National Acute Surgery Forum have today launched a consensus statement at the provision of Emergency General Surgery and its relation to the surgical disciplines.

Other RCSEd News

RCSEd Urges Membership to Support Key Brexit Healthcare Priorities

RCSEd Urges Membership to Support Key Brexit Healthcare Priorities  - Read more

RCSEd President Michael Lavelle-Jones has issued an open letter to the College's UK membership urging them to support key priorities in the Brexit negotiations.

MFDS Part 1 - Closing Date for Applications: 10 July 2017

The closing date for the October 2017 sessions of MFDS Part 1 is 10 July 2017. These exams will be held in the international and UK locations.


DoH Proposes Expansion of Undergraduate Medical Education in England

Whilst the College welcomes the proposed expansion of undergraduate medical education, we strongly disagree with the proposal that graduates should be tied to the NHS for a set number of years.


Bullying and Undermining Campaign – Let’s Remove it

Bullying and Undermining Campaign – Let’s Remove it - Read more

The sentencing this week of surgeon Ian Paterson has once again raised the issue of bullying and undermining in healthcare. RCSEd has launched a campaign to encourage healthcare professionals speak up and change this culture.


RCSEd and the Surgical Forum of Great Britain and Ireland Support Call for Inquiry into the Ian Paterson Case

RCSEd and the Surgical Forum of Great Britain and Ireland Support Call for Inquiry into the Ian Paterson Case - Read more

RCSEd signs and strongly supports statement from The Surgical Forum of Great Britain and Ireland, stating that the surgeon's practice was unacceptable and supports the call for an inquiry.




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