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Introducing Dental Webinars with Professor Brian Nattress

Introducing Dental Webinars with Professor Brian Nattress

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh is pleased to launch a series of webinars on the key principles of endodontic treatment: access, instrumentation and obturation.

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. With the aim to see how attendees can improve remote and rural healthcare globally, the event will be hosted by FRRH Deputy Chair, Dr Rikard Moen, Head of Health, Transport for London and supported by FRRH Chair, Alistair Fraser, Vice President of Shell.

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RCSEd Response to HSJ Article “Junior doctors 'losing faith' in long hours safeguards

RCSEd Response to HSJ Article “Junior doctors 'losing faith' in long hours safeguards - Read more

Today (11th June) the HSJ released an article “Junior doctors 'losing faith' in long hours safeguards” in which it was revealed that the Hospital Consultants and Specialist Association (HCSA) found there is huge variation in how trusts respond to cases of “exception reporting” which allows doctors to file a report if their contracts are breached, for example, if they work beyond their contracted hours or without a break.



Press Release: RCSEd President Responds to GMC’s Review into Gross Negligence, Manslaughter, and Culpable Homicide

RCSEd President Responds to GMC’s Review into Gross Negligence, Manslaughter, and Culpable Homicide - Read more

In response to the release of the GMC’s review into gross negligence manslaughter and culpable homicide, RCSEd President, Professor Mike Griffin, said: “It is positive to see that the GMC has acknowledged that their relationship with doctors was harmed following Dr Bawa Garba’s case and is committed to rebuilding these relationships moving forward…



Press Release: RCSEd welcomes plans to address bullying in NHS

RCSEd welcomes plans to address bullying in NHS - Read more

Responding to NHS England and NHS Improvement’s Interim NHS People Plan, Professor Mike Griffin, President of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, said: “We are pleased to see that tackling bullying and harassment is included as one of the top priorities of this plan. RCSEd is campaigning to highlight this issue and is working with a wide r…



Press Release: RCSEd Keeps Ahead of Times with Launch of New International Postgraduate Deanery

RCSEd Keeps Ahead of Times with Launch of New International Postgraduate Deanery - Read more

RCSEd on 31 May 2019 welcomed College Council Members to Birmingham to launch the UK’s first International Postgraduate Deanery (IPD). The principle focus of the IPD is high quality training and patient safety. The College will use their global network and local expertise to give international medical graduates (IMGs) the chance to spend up to two…



Press Release: Edinburgh Hospitality Funds Next Generation of Rwandan Surgeons

Edinburgh Hospitality Funds Next Generation of Rwandan Surgeons - Read more

Surgeons Quarter, an organisation that puts its profits into advancing surgical standards worldwide has partnered with the Rwandan Surgical Society (RSS) and Harvard University to put an end to the country’s surgical crisis. In Rwanda, there is an urgent need for more trained surgeons with just 150 specialist surgeons, physicians, anaesthetists an…





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