The ST3 recruitment office has advised that all offers have now been completed following errors in the first round of offers. Since the problem was identified in early May, we have worked closely with all relevant agencies involved across the UK to support our members and ensure a quick resolution to this issue.
During the Third Reading of the EU (Withdrawal) Bill in the House of Lords yesterday (16th May) the UK Government confirmed that the ‘do not harm’ public health duty will remain after the UK leaves the European Union.
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow have called on the General Medical Council (GMC) to regain the trust of the profession following a series of controversial court cases involving members of the profession.
Update - 11 May 2018: The College has now written to our Physician Regional Advisors and College Tutors to update them on progress with this issue. We would encourage any members who have been affected by this regrettable situation to contact their local College representative for support in the first instance.
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow has joined together with a wide range of other organisations, including all the UK Royal Colleges, the BMA and MacMillan Cancer Support, seeking to ensure that health protection is guaranteed in the EU (Withdrawal) Bill. The amendment is being championed by a large and growing number of Peers from across the political spectrum.
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow has published its response to the draft health and care workforce strategy for England “Facing the Facts, Shaping the Future”.
Surgical Colleges from across the UK have come together with the Federation of Surgical Specialty Associations (FFSA) to issue a joint response to the establishment of Sir Norman Williams’ review into the processes employed in cases of gross negligence manslaughter involving medical staff.
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow has published a practical guide for trainee doctors following the recent outcome of the Supreme Court case of GMC v Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba. The case followed the tragic death of Jack Adcock, a six year old boy who tragically died of sepsis in Leicester Royal Infirmary, and ended with Dr Bawa-Garba’s subsequent erasure from the Medical Register.
The College was delighted to welcome members and guests to a recent joint event with the Faculty of Advocates on Tuesday 13th March which provided a platform to discuss the impact of the Montgomery ruling on medical consent on medical staff and patients, and the challenges that remain for the wider health service.
A word that has dominated the world of medicine over that time is ‘consent’.
Dr Hany Eteiba, College Vice President (Medical), has been awarded the International Lifetime Achievement Award at the 45th Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Society of Cardiology
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow has welcomed a report by the Brexit Health Alliance which sets out a range of potential problems for patients and staff unless there is a new partnership on science and research between the EU and the UK after Brexit.
The Federation of Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom launches new quality criteria
Due to adverse weather conditions in Scotland, the College will remain closed on Thursday 1 March until further notice.
The JRCPTB and the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the UK, in collaboration with a broad range of partners, have created a new set of quality criteria specifically for the roles of GIM and AIM Registrars.
Obesity is linked to a range of health problems, including 13 different types of cancer. Research released today (Monday 26th Feb) by Cancer Research UK has estimated that more than 7 in 10 millennials are set to be overweight or obese by the time they reach middle age.
The College has thrown its support behind an initiative to ensure that existing regulatory standards for public health are maintained when the UK leaves the European Union.
Three years on from the Montgomery ruling, we welcome members of the Faculty of Advocates to join a panel with clinicians to discuss the impact of the case on clinical consent and the challenges that remain.
College President to attend the 73rd Annual Conference of the Association of Physicians of India.
Global Citizenship in the Scottish health service was on the agenda in the Scottish Parliament at a joint meeting of the Cross Party Groups on International Development and Malawi.