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Robotic Surgery Taskforce Release Guidance Report

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The Robotic Surgery Taskforce at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh has established a robotic expert advisory group to consider issues around the implementation of robotic-assisted surgery in the UK.



Press Statement: RCSEd Welcomes NHS Wales' Planned Care Recovery Plan

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The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh welcomes NHS Wales’ new Planned Care Recovery Plan, which our policy team has been contributing to via the Welsh Covid-19 Evidence Centre. RCSEd President Professor Michael Griffin OBE commented: The scale of the Covid-19 recovery is significant, and the answer cannot be to simply try and make exhauste…



RCSEd Launches Charity Exhibition to Celebrate Work of Late Artist Sandie Youngson

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The work of a talented artist and nurse who sadly died following a battle with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is being celebrated as part of a charity art exhibition which launches today to help raise funds for MND Charity, the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation.



College Library and Archive acquire unique manuscript

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The College Library and Archive were delighted to acquire a unique manuscript item dating from the 1760s, entitled ‘Diary of an 18th Century Man-Midwife’.



Press Statement: RCSEd welcomes report from the Health and Social Care Select Committee on cancer and shares concerns raised on NHS recruitment and retention crisis

RCSEd welcomes report from the Health and Social Care Select Committee on cancer and shares concerns raised on NHS recruitment and retention crisis - Read more

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh welcomes the report of the Health and Social Care Select Committee on cancer and shares the concern raised that the NHS’s ongoing recruitment and retention crisis is jeopardising the early diagnosis of cancer that is so crucial to improving survival rates. Professor Mike Griffin OBE - who gave evidence to…



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