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.
Each session usually lasts one hour and includes a lecture presented by an expert in their field as well as a Q&A session where attendees have the opportunity to ask questions.
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.
|Early management of trauma||Surgeons, Doctors and all Medical Practitioners||30th November 2020||19:00 GMT||1 hout||1||Register|
|Diploma in Implant Dentistry - Simulated Cases: how do they work?||Candidates / Potential Candidates for the Diploma in Implant Dentistry, GDP's who undertake dental implants||1st December 2020||18:30 - 19:30 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.
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.
|Common treatment modalities for Class II division 2 malocclusions||Trainees, MOrth Candidates and Consultants||26th November 2020||19:00 GMT||1 hour||1||Register|
|What is Dental Core Training?||Dentists considering applying to DCT||3rd December 2020||19:00 GMT||1 hour 30 mins||N/A||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.
|Supporting the trainee in need – touching on the taboos||Surgical trainers and trainees||15th December 2020||19:00 GMT||1 hour||1||Register|
This webinar series will cover a number of topics within restorative dentistry including periodontology, fixed and removable prosthodontics plus management of the older patient. These webinars will have relevance for all members of the dental team but are particularly targeted at those preparing for upcoming MFDS examinations.
|Restorative management of Older Adults||Dental professionals, undergraduates and trainees||2nd December 2020||19:00 GMT||1 hour||1||Register|
With the closure of medical schools across the UK, the RCSEd’s Regional Surgical Advisory Network has stepped in with a national effort to offer teaching in the form of webinars. These webinars will be aimed at medical students and will be delivered by experienced trainers from around the UK. The aim is to augment the remote learning medical students will already be having from their individual medical schools.
|Medical undergraduates||26th November 2020||16:00 GMT||30mins||N/A||Register|
|Medical Undergraduates||1st December 2020||16:00 GMT||30mins||N/A||Register|
|Medical Undergraduates||3rd December 2020||16:00 GMT||30mins||N/A||Register|
The Faculty of Remote, Rural and Humanitarian Healthcare have partnered with the Viking Surgeons Association (VSA) to deliver a series of webinars focused on Rural Surgery.
|Surgical Specialty Emergencies in the Rural Unit - ENT||Whole surgical team||25th November 2020||19:00 GMT||1 hour||1||Register|
|General Surgery subspecialties in the Rural Unit - Gastroenterology||Whole surgical team||10th December 2020||19:00 GMT||1 hour||1||Register|
This innovative series of webinars, supported by the British Society of Disability and Oral Health will be delivered by key speakers in Special Care Dentistry. The content will involve a broad range of expertise across a wide variety of disciplines in health and social care, combining a comprehensive, holistic approach for dental care of people with special care dentistry needs.
The aim of the webinars will be to provide up to date knowledge on preventive techniques, dilemmas and treatment for patients who are unable to accept routine dental care. The specialist led topics are targeted for those who provide care from primary to tertiary dental services at any level of their career.
The partnership of the British Society of Disability and Oral Health and The Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh for the webinars provides an excellent opportunity to create a forum for clinicians who provide Special Care Dentistry; a fundamental step forward to improving oral health inequalities which is required to meet the complex requirements of special care dentistry.
|Risk assessment in conscious sedation||Dental trainees, Dentists and Dental Care Professionals||9th December 2020||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.
|Limits of Endovascular repair; when should we consider complex EVAR and the limits of IFU||Vascular specialty trainees and consultants||8th December 2020||19:00 GMT||1 hour||1||Register|
|Challenges and Solutions for open aortic surgery||Vascular specialty trainees and consultants||12th January 2021||19:00 GMT||1 hour||1||Register|
|Management of acute limb ischaemia (open and endovascular)||Vascular specialty trainees and consultants||9th February 2021||19:00 GMT||1 hour||1||Register|
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