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Press Release: Packed-Out Event Sees Budding Medics Given Priceless Insights

Packed-Out Event Sees Budding Medics Given Priceless Insights - Read more

Aspiring doctors from every school in the Lothians are to receive inspiring insights from surgeons at the biggest ever Getting into Medical School event on 31 August 2019. The event, hosted by the College, will give over 125 students from state schools and private schools equal opportunity to learn more about enrolling on a degree in medicine. Ov…



Prize Presented to 2019 Dental Skills Winner

Prize Presented to 2019 Dental Skills Winner - Read more

It’s been an exciting week for the winner of the 2018/2019 RCSEd Dentsply Sirona Dental Skills Competition, David Cobbett, who caught up with RCSEd Dean of Faculty of Dental Surgery Fraser McDonald and Tom Bereznicki, Board Member of the Faculty of Dental Trainers to be presented with the Digital SLR camera designed for intraoral photography as part of his prize. The camera was generously donated by Dr Bereznicki to support the next generation in their dental ambitions.



RCSEd Celebrates New Members and Fellows at Diploma Ceremony

RCSEd Celebrates New Members and Fellows at Diploma Ceremony - Read more

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh offers congratulations to all new Members and Fellows attending our latest Diploma Presentation Ceremony on Friday 30 August. Our membership stretches across the world and we are proud to have such a diverse range of Diplomates accepting their awards today.



Council Election Results Announced

Council Election Results Announced - Read more

After a recent ballot of the College’s Members and Fellows, the College is pleased to announce the following appointments to Council: Clare McNaught (re-elected), Ian Hawthorn (re-elected), Zahid Raza (re-elected), Chris Caddy and Phil Turner.



Supporting Trainee Doctors as They Prepare for Work in the NHS - Response to Heath Education England

Supporting Trainee Doctors as They Prepare for Work in the NHS - Response to Heath Education England - Read more

Embarking on a medical career is daunting and one of the major issues new doctors face is the reduction in pastoral and peer support which used to be provided within the firm structure. Ensuring new doctors are ready for the challenges they face is essential for them to be able to provide the highest levels of patient care and maintain patient safety.





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