As Obesity Action Scotland marks its first anniversary, Chair Andrew Fraser discusses how to tackle the obesity epidemic in Scotland.
This new SIGN guideline has been published...
The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges Flexible Careers Group is canvasing views on the optimal career plan and working terms and conditions for colleagues in the later stages of their careers. With the planned increase in retirement age there are potentially many implications for those working in the NHS.
NICE quality standard advises children and young people with suspected diabetes be seen by a specialist immediately
When a GP suspects a child or young person has diabetes, they should immediately be sent to hospital and seen the same day by a specialist, under new NICE quality standards.
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and Royal College of Surgeons of England have issued a statement expressing disappointment at the current status of junior doctors’ contract negotiations in England
The Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) has published a new national clinical guideline for the assessment, diagnosis and interventions for children, young people, adults and older adults with autism spectrum disorders.
Regular consumption of sports drinks by children, for social reasons, could be having a detrimental effect on their health concludes the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (FSEM) UK.
More needs to be done to prevent maternal deaths from causes not directly linked to pregnancy and childbirth, say leading experts from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
A collection of essays memorializing Galbraith has been edited by a group of colleagues, friends and family helmed by former President of our College, Sir Graham Teasdale. The book was launched on Wednesday 11 May.
Three Royal Colleges have written to the First Minister of Scotland to express their concerns with the dispute around the junior doctors' contract in England and the ongoing and damaging uncertainty it is having on the NHS across the UK.
Presidents and Deans of 12 Royal Colleges and Faculties have written to the UK Prime Minister today asking him to personally intervene to put an end to the deadlock in the junior doctors contract dispute.
Leading health professionals from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow have called for people to get to know their feet better to prevent future complications and enable healthy, active lifestyles.
The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges has issued the following statement...
President, Professor David Galloway, has written to the Secretary of State expressing his disappointment at the lack of progress in the junior doctors contract dispute.
This is a time of unprecedented crisis for the NHS. With this in mind and in the spirit of placing patient welfare first and foremost we are writing in response to the escalation of the junior doctor's dispute in England.
The Department of Health has announced that the National Clinical Excellence Awards Round for 2016 will open on Friday 11 March and will remain open until 1700 on Monday, 16 May.
The College President, Professor David Galloway, has written to the Secretary of State for Transport strongly urging him to support a bill to lower the drink drive limit in England and Wales.
The Royal College of Surgeons of England, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow have issued the following joint statement on the junior doctors' contract.
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow believes that 2016 can be the year Scotland addresses obesity's crushing impact on our population's health.
Group Captain Andy Green has been invested into the role of Dean of the Faculty of Travel Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.