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RCSEd Marks World’s First Patient Safety Day

RCSEd Marks World’s First Patient Safety Day

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) is today (17th) recognising the first ever World Patient Safety Day - a campaign created by the World Health Organisation to make healthcare safer.

Programme Announced for the Annual Conference of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers 2019

Programme Announced for the Annual Conference of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers 2019

The programme for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh Annual Conference of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers (FST) 2019 is now available online!

The Faculty of Remote and Rural Healthcare Business Breakfast – Speakers Announced

The Faculty of Remote and Rural Healthcare Business Breakfast – Speakers Announced

The Faculty of Remote and Rural Healthcare (FRRH) are proud to announce their first Business Breakfast, taking place at The Royal Automobile Club, London on Wednesday 25 September 2019. Join us to hear more on the activities of FRRH, how to get involved and how you can support the development of FRRH and remote and rural healthcare globally.

Other RCSEd News

Council Election Results Announced

Council Election Results Announced - Read more

After a recent ballot of the College’s Members and Fellows, the College is pleased to announce the following appointments to Council: Clare McNaught (re-elected), Ian Hawthorn (re-elected), Zahid Raza (re-elected), Chris Caddy and Phil Turner.



Supporting Trainee Doctors as They Prepare for Work in the NHS - Response to Heath Education England

Supporting Trainee Doctors as They Prepare for Work in the NHS - Response to Heath Education England - Read more

Embarking on a medical career is daunting and one of the major issues new doctors face is the reduction in pastoral and peer support which used to be provided within the firm structure. Ensuring new doctors are ready for the challenges they face is essential for them to be able to provide the highest levels of patient care and maintain patient safety.



RCSEd Signs Agreement to Support Non-Technical Skills for Surgeons (NOTSS) in Malaysia

RCSEd Signs Agreement to Support Non-Technical Skills for Surgeons (NOTSS) in Malaysia - Read more

Professor Mike Griffin, RCSEd President, has signed an agreement with Professor April Roslani, President of the College of Surgeons of Malaysia, to support the delivery of Non-Technical Skills for Surgeons (NOTSS) courses in Malaysia.



RCSEd Joins 16 Other Health Organisations to Warn of Danger to Patient Safety from a No-Deal Brexit

RCSEd Joins 16 Other Health Organisations to Warn of Danger to Patient Safety from a No-Deal Brexit - Read more

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) has joined 16 other Royal Colleges and medical organisations in writing to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to warn of the danger to the NHS of a no-deal Brexit. The letter urges the UK Government to consider the implications for patient safety during its decision making and negotiations with the EU.



Programme Announced for the Annual Conference of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers 2019

Programme Announced for the Annual Conference of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers 2019 - Read more

The programme for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh Annual Conference of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers (FST) 2019 is now available online!





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