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 Dental Exams Portfolio Expands with New Locations for MFDS

Dental Exams Portfolio Expands with New Locations for MFDS

The College's Faculty of Dental Surgery is pleased to announce Leeds as a new location for its MFDS Part 2 Exam.

The Surgical Team: Is it Time to Embrace Perioperative Practitioners?

The Surgical Team: Is it Time to Embrace Perioperative Practitioners?

Third annual conference of the Faculty of Perioperative Care to explore 'The surgical team: are perioperative practitioners working towards a medical model of care?’, Birmingham, 4 November 2017.

Regulation of Medical Associate Professions in the UK

Regulation of Medical Associate Professions in the UK

RCSEd concerned and disappointed at recommendations made in a recent government consultation document on the regulation of medical associate professions in the UK.

Other RCSEd News

Calls for Release of Doctors to Undertake National Work for Benefit of Public and Health Services

RCSEd supports calls urging favourability on requests from doctors applying for absence in order to undertake national work for the wider benefit of the public and health services across the UK.

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.




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