The College’s ongoing webinar series are an important resource for those looking to consolidate their knowledge and understanding or keep up with the latest developments in their chosen field. The webinars cover a wide range of specialties and disciplines while offering a convenient remote learning opportunity.
All of the webinars are recorded and these recordings are made available in the College's webinar archive.
Visit this page regularly to find details of our upcoming webinars. To attend one of our live events you will need to register in advance.
As we face the effects of COVID-19 across the world, The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh is determined to keep both our Members and the public up to date with the latest developments and information to aid those working in such difficult circumstances.
Our COVID-19 webinar series will draw upon the front line experience of senior clinicians from across multiple disciplines, and help answer those questions you have with special Q&A sessions.
|MRCS and FRCS Examinations Update||MRCS and FRCS Exam Candidates||18th January 2020||19:00 GMT||1 hour||N/A||Register|
|Oxford Foundation Surgical Society Core Surgical Training Interview Preparation Evening||Core Surgical Training Applicants||20th January 2020||18:30 GMT||1 hour 30 mins||N/A||Register|
|Understanding the format of the Membership in Orthodontics (MOrth) Examination||Candidates / Potential Candidates for the Membership in Orthodontics (MOrth) Examination||25th February 2021||18:00 GMT||1 hour||N/A||Register|
A webinar series for ENT trainees, SAS and consultants brought to you by The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in association with ENT UK. The premise behind this series is to provide clinicians with an understanding of their roles and that of other disciplines in the treatment of common ENT diseases. Each session will feature two speakers i.e. an ENT Surgeon and a colleague from an affiliated medical/surgical specialty. The hope is that by utilizing a cohesive approach, we will limit adverse events, improve patient outcomes, decrease patient length of stay, reduce costs and increase both patient and job satisfaction.
|A multidisciplinary approach to the features of primary ciliary dyskinesia||ENT trainees, SAS and consultants||3rd February 2021||19:00 GMT||1 hour||1||Register|
|A multidisciplinary approach to the evaluation of swallowing disorders||ENT trainees, SAS and consultants||10th March 2021||19:00 GMT||1 hour||1||Register|
|A multidisciplinary approach to chemo/radiotherapy considerations in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma||ENT trainees, SAS and consultants||13th April 2021||19:00 BST||1 hour||1||Register|
|A multidisciplinary approach to paediatric airway malacia and non-invasive ventilation||ENT trainees, SAS and consultants||11th May 2021||19:00 BST||1 hour||1||Register|
The Faculty of Dental Surgery's ongoing webinars are an important resource for those looking to consolidate their knowledge and understanding or keep up with the latest developments in their chosen field. The webinars cover a wide range of specialties and disciplines while offering a convenient remote learning opportunity.
|An Introduction to Critical Appraisal||Dental Care Professionals, Undergraduate Dental Students||21st January 2021||19:00 GMT||1 hour||1||Register|
The Faculty of Remote, Rural and Humanitarian Healthcare (FRRHH) are excited to partner with The Viking Surgeons Association (VSA) to deliver a series of webinars focusing on rural surgery.
The VSA consists of remote and rural surgeons working in Rural General Hospitals mostly in The Highlands, Islands of Scotland, rural areas of Northern Ireland, Isle of Man and Iceland.
In addition to the VSA webinar series, The FRRHH will be delivering their first series of Humanitarian Healthcare webinars. The webinars will feature presentations from highly experienced humanitarian healthcare professionals sharing their expertise and valuable advice on how to prepare for a career within this field.
|Viking Surgeons Association - Thriving and Surviving in Remote and Rural General Surgery||Whole surgical team||26th January 2020||19:00 GMT||1 hour||1||Register|
|Humanitarian Healthcare - What I wish I Had Known||Whole Surgical Team||27th January 2020||19:00 GMT||1 hour||1||Register|
|Introduction to Humanitarian Healthcare||TBC||23rd February 2020||19:00 GMT||1 hour||TBC||Register|
|Viking Surgeons Association - Rural Orthopaedics||Whole surgical team||24th February 2020||19:00 GMT||1 hour||1||Register|
The Faculty of Surgical Trainers is pleased to present a series of webinars aimed at supporting and developing surgeons in their role as surgical trainers. We will cover a number of topics including the ISCP profile for the trainer, Concepts Underpinning Training in Surgery, Multiple Consultant Reports, mentoring and coaching, developing learning agreements with trainees, trainees in difficulty and maximising training opportunities in the working day. This series will have relevance for all those who have an active interest or involvement in surgical training.
Please join us for lively and informative discussions. There will be plenty of opportunity for you to put your questions to the experts.
|What makes a good trainer? - The trainee view||Surgical Trainers||19th January 2021||19:00 GMT||1 hour||1||Register|
|Children's Orthopaedics: The Hip Joint||Surgical trainees and medical undergraduates||20th January 2021||19:00 GMT||1 hour||1||Register|
A webinar series brought to you by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in partnership with The Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland.
The series will begin by addressing what the specialty involves and how it has developed to specifically engage those who are in medical schools or are in their early years of post-graduate training who often have little exposure to our specialty. The remainder of the series will seek to ask experienced vascular surgeons to address areas of vascular surgery that are clinically challenging and provide dilemmas in decision making.
We hope this series will appeal to a wide range of vascular specialty trainees and consultants.
|Management of acute limb ischaemia (open and endovascular)||Vascular specialty trainees and consultants||9th February 2021||19:00 GMT||1 hour||1||Register|
Archived webinar recordings
You can find archived recordings of all of our webinars by following the links below. It can take several days for recordings to be uploaded to the website.
Please note that some of the webinar recordings are only available to RCSEd Fellows, Members and Affiliates.
For further information about our webinar series please contact email@example.com