Kick off of Engagement Programme

25 Apr 2018

The first College network meeting of UK representatives of the College took place on 20 April.

Kick

The first College network meeting of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow meeting with Regional Advisers, College Tutors and Dental School Tutors from across the UK took place on 20 April. For the first time, the three groups came together to discuss the College’s strategy, input and discuss ideas on how to implement it. The meeting was a workshop environment; lively and interactive with a number of ideas of how to engage further with colleagues and members.

The day ended with an evening’s entertainment from the Big Smile Big band which raised money for the College’s Hope Foundation.

This event and celebration is the start of a process of engagement with members of the College. For further information on the upcoming external engagement programme to March 2019, contact Michelle.Gallagher@rcpsg.ac.uk

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