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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

RCSEd President Responds to Health and Wellbeing 2016: Delivering Together Report (Northern Ireland)

RCSEd welcomes the launch of an independent report into the shape of health and social care in Northern Ireland (Health and Wellbeing 2016: Delivering Together)


Vacancy: Dental Director FDT

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Member or Fellow of the Faculty of Dental Surgery, working in the UK, to lead the development of the newly created Faculty of Dental Trainers (FDT).


Faculty of Perioperative Care Launches New Membership Categories

Faculty of Perioperative Care Launches New Membership Categories - Read more

The Faculty of Perioperative Care (FPC) is pleased to announce that it is expanding its membership categories and now has three membership categories open for applications.


RCSEd Welcomes AoMRC's Choosing Wisely Campaign

AoMRC launches campaign, with a list of forty treatments and procedures that are of little or no benefit to patients.


Calls for Improvement in Training to Reduce Lifestyle-related Deaths

Letter from medics and dieticians calls for improvement in training to reduce lifestyle-related deaths



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