Statement from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
College President backs patients over NHS targets.
NICE are looking for members to join the hip, knee and shoulder joint replacement guideline committee.
In partnership with the Tamil Nadu State Branch of the India Medical Association (IMA), the Faculty of Podiatric Medicine is piloting a blended learning course for doctors treating foot pathologies.
Fellows and Members are invited to attend the launch of the Programme, in College.
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow is to reopen its headquarters in the city in January 2018 following a £2.75million refurbishment programme.
The College has signed an agreement with the College of Surgeons of Sri Lanka around the MD Surgery Examination.
New National Clinical Guideline, SIGN 155 will be published on 13 February 2018.
The Federation of Royal Colleges of the UK is delighted to announce that the new Internal Medicine (IM) stage 1 curriculum has been approved by the General Medical Council (GMC).
The College collaborates with COSECSA on surgical examinations in Malawi.
Join our Breakfast Seminar in Glasgow on Tuesday 16th January, where we will discuss the College’s response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on its Diet and Obesity Strategy.
Professor David Galloway, the President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow has announced the results of the election for college office bearers.
The College has partnered with Westminster’s All Party Global Health group.
The Annual General Meeting of the College is on 1 December.
Rapid access to specialist diabetes podiatry services is vital for patients
This change will happen from January 2018 and the application period will open on 27 December 2017.
President, Professor Galloway, responds to the Audit Scotland report published today.
The Federation of Royal Colleges of Physicians of the UK launches awards for those who assist in PACES delivery.
Obesity is the biggest preventable cause of cancer after smoking. Scotland has the worst obesity rates in the UK. Two-thirds of adults and over one-quarter of children are overweight or obese. Excess weight costs NHS Scotland an estimated £600 million a year, with wider societal and economic costs of up to £4.6 billion
College reiterates calls to combat antibiotic resistance.