The Scottish Intercollegiate Guideline Network (SIGN) has developed consensus recommendations to underpin a national approach to care of adult deteriorating patients.
We are pleased to inform you that an Evidence Update on 'Venous thromboembolic diseases' has been published.
We are pleased to inform you that an Evidence Update on 'substance misuse in vulnerable young people' has been published.
The award aims to recognise outstanding accomplishment and / or outstanding potential of young medics / scientists below the age of 40, who are employed by, or associated closely with, the Universities of Glasgow or Strathclyde.
The SIGN guideline on Dental interventions to prevent caries in children has been published. It replaces SIGN guidelines 47 and 83.
The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and NHS Confederation have secured funding from the DH Francis Implementation Team to explore how decision-makers might be better supported to balance finance and quality.
We are pleased to inform you an Evidence Update on 'Alcohol use disorders: preventing harmful drinking' has been published.
Whatever time of day or night you arrive at hospital and regardless of the day of the week, you should expect the same standard of care, according to a group of senior doctors, hospital managers.
We are pleased to inform you an Evidence Update on 'The epilepsies' has been published.
We are pleased to inform you an Evidence Update on 'Patient experience in adult NHS services' has been published.
The SIGN guideline on the management of lung cancer has been published.
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.
The American College of Surgeons has announced two international scholarship programmes for surgeons from countries other than the United States, its Possessions or Canada.
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.