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2018 Triennial Conference Surgical Innovation Competition Winner Announced

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Alex Young, a trauma and orthopaedic surgeon by training, has won the 2018 Surgical Innovation Competition with his submission entitled Virti: Immersive Technology to Assess Decision-Making Under Pressure and Distribute Provider Content.


Winner of RCSEd Video Communications Skills Competition 2017/2018 Announced

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The College is pleased to announce that Mei Ying Chin has been named winner of the RCSEd Video Communications Skills Video Competition 2017/2018 for her video on anti-bullying and undermining as part of the #LetsRemoveIt campaign.

RCSEd responds to Health Education England Workforce Strategy Consultation

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Given that some 40% of RCSEd’s membership is based in England, and the seriousness with which we take workforce matters, RCSEd has submitted the following response to HEE’s workforce strategy consultation.


Lessons From the Paterson Case: Treasure Mistakes and Learn From Them

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“There is another way,” Professor Sir Ian Kennedy told delegates at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) Triennial conference. “We should not sue doctors when things go wrong...we should treasure mistakes and learn from them,” he stated bluntly.


Professor Sanfey Awarded Fellowship Ad Hominem

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In an award ceremony on Friday 16 March 2018, Professor Hilary Sanfey, Vice Chair for Surgical Education in the Department of Surgery at Southern Illinois University, was awarded a Fellowship ad hominem by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.




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