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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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Press Statement: College Supports Medical Student Following Shocking List Of Sexist Comments Faced

College Supports Medical Student Following Shocking List Of Sexist Comments Faced - Read more

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) have a huge focus on supporting equality in the Surgical Profession and our #LetsRemoveIt campaign, exists to tackle any issue of bullying, undermining and harassment (including sexism). Dr Judy Evans, Consultant Plastic Surgeon and Honorary Secretary of RCSEd, responded to Hannah Yard’s story, com…



Press Release: RCSEd supports national campaign to raise awareness of fatigue among healthcare staff

RCSEd supports national campaign to raise awareness of fatigue among healthcare staff  - Read more

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) has announced official endorsement of the national Fight Fatigue campaign, a joint initiative of the Association of Anaesthetists, the Royal College of Anaesthetists and the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the impact of fatigue and shift work on our NHS w…



Winners of the RCSEd 18th Annual Audit & QI Symposium Announced

Winners of the RCSEd 18th Annual Audit & QI Symposium Announced - Read more

We are delighted to announce the poster, Surgeons in Training Medal and session winners of this year’s Audit and QI Symposium and congratulate them for delivering instrumental Quality Improvement work in a variety of surgical areas.



Press Statement: RCSEd response to ‘Surgeons demand of clarity on private hospital safety’

RCSEd response to ‘Surgeons demand of clarity on private hospital safety’ - Read more

RCSEd response to ‘Surgeons demand of clarity on private hospital safety’  Patient safety is at the core of all activity carried out by The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd). The delivery of this activity is the responsibility of the entire surgical team, and decisions about the nature of that care must involve all members of that tea…



Press Statement: RCSEd respond to the news that Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba will be reinstated

RCSEd respond to the news that Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba will be reinstated - Read more

Responding to the news that Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba will be reinstated under supervision, Professor Mike Griffin OBE, President of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) stated:  “This case has been tragic, and our hearts go out to Jack Adcock's family for the grief they continue to suffer.  “However, we believe it is right that Dr Baw…





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