We are pleased to inform you an Evidence Update on 'Prevention of cardiovascular disease' has been published.
We are pleased to inform you an Evidence Update on 'organ donation' has been published.
Keeping patients safe when they transfer between care providers: Getting the medicines right.
The President, Dr Frank Dunn was delighted to welcome doctors from across the Commonwealth to the College on Tuesday 22 July ahead of the opening of the Glasgow 2014 Games.
ScotMT is running a webinar covering ST3 Recruitment to Acute Medicine and to Geriatric Medicine in Scotland 2014 on Wed 22 January at 17.30-18.30. Led by Dr Donald Farquhar, Dr Sue Pound and Dr Lynn McCallum, the webinar will involve a couple of current trainees too.
Clinicians, other healthcare professionals and commissioners responsible for the delivery of high quality care for cancer patients need data that is intelligently analysed and interpreted to inform their practice.
We are pleased to inform you an Evidence Update on 'Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)' has been published.
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow commends Health Improvement Scotland on its wide ranging, thorough and independent review of the safety and quality of care for patients in NHS Lanarkshire.
The Western Club is Glasgow's oldest and last remaining residential members club located in Royals Exchange Square, was founded in 1825. Since then the membership has expanded over the years from 33 founding members, including amalgamations with other Glasgow Clubs.
Comment from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. We have been closely following the proposed and now (since 1 April) implemented changes to the NHS in England.
The Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management's National Conference will be held 24 - 25 February at Manchester Central, with a pre-conference Education Day on 23 February.
The SIGN guideline on the management of epithelial ovarian cancer has been published.
The influential Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow has given its backing to a proposed shake up in the way doctors are trained.
As a celebration of Trafalgar Day on the 21 October, the surgical instruments of William Beatty, surgeon to Admiral Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805, will be on view in the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.
Join us in the College for an informal social evening of quiz fun, food and refreshments exclusively for our medical Introductory undergraduate and postgraduate members.
The Colleges new physicians revalidation portfolio is now available free to UK-based fellows and members.
On behalf of the President and Council, I would like to thank you for your commitment to the College over the past year.
Applications are invited by NHS Education for Scotland for Scottish Clinical Leadership Fellows (2 posts).
Following discussions with the General Medical Council, the College can confirm that FRCS (Glasg) (Opthalmology) will continue to be an acceptable postgraduate qualification.
The latest issue of College News is now available.