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Press releases from August 2021


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RCSEd Announces Launch of Joint Orthopaedic Research Fellowship

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) has announced a new partnership with Orthopaedic Research UK (ORUK) to support trainees looking to develop their orthopaedic research skills.

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) has announced a new partnership with Orthopaedic Research UK (ORUK) to support trainees looking to develop their orthopaedic research skills. The partnership will see both medical bodies match-fund two individuals to undertake a year-long research fellowship in orthopaedics, at a cost of £60,000 e…


Royal College Announces New Development to Support Humanitarian Healthcare Professionals

A leading surgical College has announced an update to its Faculty of Remote and Rural Healthcare (FRRH) as part of its ongoing partnership with UK-Med to provide support to individuals and organisations working in humanitarian healthcare.  The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) has created the expanded Faculty of Remote, Rural and Huma…


British public could be facing an ‘oral health crisis’ as dental treatment backlog persists

Dental professor warns of major concerns one month on from dental practices re-opening

A leading dental professor has expressed concern over the long-term oral health of the nation, one month after dental practices in England were given the green light to re-open. Professor Phil Taylor, Dean-Elect of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd)’s Faculty of Dental Surgery, says while many dental practices are now seeing patien…


Nation’s oral health could go “back in time” as patient backlog builds - 12 June 2020

Nation’s oral health could go “back in time” as patient backlog builds - 12 June 2020

Nation’s oral health could go “back in time” as patient backlog builds RCSEd survey of dentists shows 87% fear long-term damage A leading dental professor has expressed concern over the long-term oral health of the nation, as a survey shows that 87% of dentists fear a patient backlog that could send the UK “back in time” when it comes to dental h…


Leading dental professor calls for unified approach on PPE to avoid postcode lottery

A leading dental professor is calling on the UK Government to provide greater supply of and clarity around guidance for PPE ahead of dental practices re-opening.

A leading dental professor is calling on the UK Government to provide greater supply of and clarity around guidance for PPE ahead of dental practices re-opening.  Phil Taylor, who will shortly take up the role of Dean of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh’s Faculty of Dental Surgery, has said there is disparity across the regions on the is…




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