Dr Meara will give the Triennial Lecture on global surgery at the College's Excellence in Healthcare 2017 conference in June.
A booklet has been produced for young people of high school age who may have autism, or have already been diagnosed with autism, and explains the advice for healthcare professionals on how to help people with autism.
The 2017 National Clinical Excellence Awards Round will open on Tuesday, 28 February and will remain open until 1700 on Tuesday, 25 April.
Abstract submission is open for Excellence in Healthcare 2017, the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow's fourth triennial conference.
A poster exhibition will take place throughout the conference on 8-9 June 2017, and is a great opportunity to present your work to other experts and colleagues working across medicine, surgery, travel medicine and podiatry.
Submissions on all aspects of clinical practice, including basic sciences, will be considered. The theme of your poster abstract should fall into one of the broad categories of medicine, surgery, travel medicine, or podiatry and must be original work.
Prizes of £500, £250 and £100 will be awarded to the posters judged to be the best by the adjudicating panel.
Poster abstract submissions are invited from all healthcare professionals, trainees and students.
The closing date for submissions is Friday 24 February.
The Academy of medical Royal Colleges has released a statement on the challenges being faced by the NHS
College President, Professor David Galloway, maps out seven key steps to tackle the growing problem of antibiotic resistance.
Professor Paul Knight has been awarded an OBE for services to Geriatric Healthcare in the 2017 New Year's Honours List.
The Academy of medical Royal Colleges has produced new guidance for trainees on entering reflective notes in e-portfolios.
Join the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) in the heart of London at their Annual CPD Conference 2017.
Abstract submission for the ASiT International Surgical Conference is open.
The Royal College of Nursing has published new guidance on female genital mutilation for travel health services.
The second edition of the Handbook of Peri-operative Medicines has now been published with endorsement from the College.
The latest edition of College News is out now.
New standards of care for pregnant women and new mothers with heart disease are being launched today by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.
New SIGN guidelines have been published on the management of cutaneous melanoma.
The College has urged the UK government to do more to help vulnerable children in the refugee crisis.
The key health challenge of encouraging people around the world to be more active could be addressed with a series of ideas outlined in a new report.