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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

Campaign Launches to Highlight Benefits of Quitting Smoking Before Surgery

Campaign Launches to Highlight Benefits of Quitting Smoking Before Surgery - Read more

Surgeons are being urged to encourage patients to improve their survival chances by quitting smoking ahead of surgery. The campaign has been launched by the College with the support of the health charity ASH (Action on Smoking and Health).


Winner of RCSEd Video Communications Skills Competition 2017 Announced

Winner of RCSEd Video Communications Skills Competition 2017 Announced - Read more

Ellen Jerome and Samir Salih announced as winners of the RCSEd Video Communications Skills Video Competition 2017 for their video submission on 'Informed Consent: in a patient's shoes'.


Royal Colleges write to Prime Minister on the Challenges Facing the NHS in England

Royal Colleges write to Prime Minister on the Challenges Facing the NHS in England - Read more

RCSEd, RCPE and RCPSG have written to the Prime Minster to express their concerns with the current state of the NHS in England.


Royal College and Aston University Help Disadvantaged Students Make the Cut

Royal College and Aston University Help Disadvantaged Students Make the Cut - Read more

RCSEd to work with Aston University to offer a pathway to medical school for disadvantaged students.

GMC Launches New Guidance to help Doctors Protect Children from Abuse

New guidance launched 10 July 2012




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