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Surgical College to Host Global Conference on Life Beyond COVID-19

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A leading surgical college is set to host a major event for those working in the medical and dental professions where new pathways for the professions will be discussed as the world emerges from the pandemic.



Intercollegiate Statement Regarding Candidate Misconduct April 2021 MRCS Part A

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ICBSE and the four Surgical Royal Colleges of the United Kingdom and in Ireland were made aware that a candidate was suspected of serious misconduct during the April 2021 MRCS Part A pertaining to the copying of questions from the exam.



RCSEd and RCSEng to partner in programme of work to support Surgical Care Practitioners

RCSEd and RCSEng to partner in programme of work to support Surgical Care Practitioners  - Read more

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) and the Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCSEng), as the surgical bodies currently championing and supporting the work of Surgical Care Practitioners (SCPs), wish to announce that a new bi-collegiate project intended to better support and assist SCPs in being recognised and granted formal regulation by the General Medical Council (GMC).



RCSEd Launches New MRCS Ophthalmology Examinations

RCSEd Launches New MRCS Ophthalmology Examinations  - Read more

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh is excited to announce the launching of its MRCS examination in ophthalmology.



Press Statement: RCSEd welcomes £160m of funding towards tackling the impact of COVID on elective care

RCSEd welcomes £160m of funding towards tackling the impact of COVID on elective care - Read more

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh welcomes the £160million of funding towards tackling the impact of Covid on elective care. RCSEd President, Professor Michael Griffin, said: The backlog of elective care, in particular non-urgent surgery, is now at its worst level since records began. In addition, we have a ‘hidden’ waiting list of peop…





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