Securing the future of excellent patient care

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.

Beatty's instruments on display in College

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.

QI at the College

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.

Annual Subscription 2013 14

On behalf of the President and Council, I would like to thank you for your commitment to the College over the past year.

Scottish Clinical Leadership Fellow

Applications are invited by NHS Education for Scotland for Scottish Clinical Leadership Fellows (2 posts).

FRCS (Glasg) (Opthalmology)

Following discussions with the General Medical Council, the College can confirm that FRCS (Glasg) (Opthalmology) will continue to be an acceptable postgraduate qualification.

College News Autumn 2013

The latest issue of College News is now available.

Communications Survey

All members of the College are invited to complete a short questionnaire to tell us what you think about our communications.

Emergency medicine admissions over the weekend comment

Dr Frank Dunn, President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow comments on a study published in the Emergency Medicine Journal (23 January 2013) entitled "Emergency medicine, deaths at weekends and the public holiday effect.

Glasgow hosts major surgical events

The College was delighted to be associated with the annual Association of Surgeons in Training (ASiT) conference, which was held in Glasgow last week for the first time in its history.

Addressing the challenges being faced by our hospitals

The College has been following with interest the 'NHS Time for Action' campaign in the Herald over the past number of days and our President, Dr Frank Dunn, was pleased to contribute to the debate in a detailed interview.

New Evidence Updates from NICE

We are pleased to inform you that Evidence Updates on Surgical site infections and Depression in children and young people have now been published.

Comment on AoMRC obesity report

The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges has released a report on dealing with the obesity epidemic in the UK. We welcome the report as a sensible starting point to dealing with obesity.

Trainee Fees Now Tax Deductible

HMRC have recently confirmed that JCST (Joint College of Surgical Training) fees are now tax deductible.

3rd National Scottish Medical Education Conference

On Tuesday 30 April 2013, NES is delighted to be hosting the third national Scottish Medical Education Conference, at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre.

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