The Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board (JRCPTB) have launched new quality criteria to enhance the educational experience of trainee doctors, drive up the quality of training environments and ultimately improve patient safety and experience.
The Surgical Colleges are committed to supporting training and are very well aware of the increasing financial demands that are currently being placed on trainees. We have decided that the trainee fee for 2016-17 will remain at the present level.
I am delighted to let you know that our enhanced website is now live.
World Child Cancer is a UK-based charity which helps children with cancer in the world's poorest countries where eight out of ten receive no treatment, palliative care or painkillers.
This year's 15 Lady Margaret MacLellan Award will be made to the individual, or group of individuals, who are actively engaged in medical research in Scotland and have contributed most in the field of 'Women's Health' research within Scotland in recent years.
The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow have come together to present an evening of fine dining, wonderful music and excellent company.
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow shares the serious concerns expressed in reports published by Healthcare Improvement Scotland on the quality of care at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and Woodend Hospital.
The establishment of a therapeutic endoscopy unit in Northern Malawi is being supported by the College's charity fund.
Dr Dunn is the 166th (approximate) President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, which was founded in 1599.
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow is now open to members of the public every Monday afternoon from 2pm to 5pm (excluding public holidays).
The Antibiotic Guardian Campaign is being launched in association with European Antibiotic Awareness Day on Tuesday 18 November.
A new report issued today by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges has identified nearly two billions pounds worth of cost savings the NHS could be making if it tightened up just sixteen areas of clinical practise.
The trainees committees of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, Royal College of Physicians of London, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the Scottish Academy of Trainee Doctors' Group have issued a statement on Shape of Training.
The Alcohol Health Alliance, of which our College is a member, has written an open letter to the Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood, expressing concern around the decision to allow John Manzoni, the new CEO of the Civil Service to remain as a non-executive director to SAB Miller.
Following the UK Academy of Medical Royal Colleges Report on seven-day consultant present care, our College held a symposium to explore clinicians' views on the ways in which clinical care should best be enhanced outside 'normal' working hours.
We are pleased to inform you that an Evidence Update on 'Headaches: Diagnosis and management of headaches in young people and adults' has been published.
The Royal Photographic Society has put out a call for nominations for its Combined Royal Colleges Medal. The Medal is awarded for an outstanding contribution to the advancement of medical photography or the wider field of medical imaging.
The ebola virus epidemic has now claimed at least 4,000 lives in the deadliest epidemic to date, which the World Health Organisation declared on 8 August to be a public health emergency of international concern.
NHS Scotland's Health Innovation Assessment Portal (http://www.hiap-scotland.org) has been launched as part of the response to the Scottish Government's "Statement of Intent for Health and Wealth.
T he Faculty of Medical Leadership and management (FMLM) is holding a series of conferences across the UK this autumn which promise to be essential meetings for any doctor involved with leadership and management.