This one-day masterclass, designed for colorectal surgeons, gastroenterologists, and specialist IBD nurses, will provide a multi-disciplinary forum to discuss the surgical management of patients with inflammatory bowel disease.
Doctors leaders have welcomed a report by the parliamentary health committee on the need for greater emphasis on the benefits of physical activity.
Royal Photographic Society has put out a call for nominations for its Combined Royal Colleges Medal which honours outstanding contributions to the advancement of medical photography or the wider field of medical imaging.
Traditionally, the representatives of the College attend a service in Glasgow Cathedral on the first Sunday after its Annual General Meeting to commemorate its foundation and to pay tribute to Peter Lowe by laying a wreath on his tomb.
From July 19 to 23, academics, leading experts and policy makers involved in sport and physical education from across the world will be coming to Glasgow for ICSEMIS.
MRCP(UK) has produced some guidance on choosing the right time to take each part of the MRCP(UK) examination.
In rural Kenya, around 70% of people are living below the poverty line with no access to proper sanitation, clean drinking water or healthcare in addition education is often limited or non-existent (WHO 2013a).
The Summer / Autumn edition of College News is now online. This issue includes special features on Medicine in Sports, our new Faculty of Podiatric Medicine and our new trading company Fifteen Ninety Nine.
Glasgow is set to further establish itself as a world leading centre for the training of healthcare professionals following a landmark partnership between two of Scotland's leading medical institutions.
We are passionate about promoting the health benefits of physical activity, and we would welcome your participation in our Walk for Wellness project.
Applications are now being accepted for 2013 with a closing date for receipt of applications and all supporting documentation of 15 February 2013.
This conference brings this established field of inquiry regarding 'the physician as writer' into dialogue with recent calls for a more inclusive approach to the Medical Humanities.
As I am sure you are aware, the UK Secretary of State for Health recently announced plans to reform junior doctors' contracts in NHS England.
The Alcohol Health Alliance (AHA) has submitted its response to the public consultation on the Government's Alcohol Strategy for England and Wales.
Improving end-of-life care: professional development for physicians, a report published by the Royal College of Physicians (RCP), aims to help all physicians improve their care of patients towards the end of their lives.
The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges Flexible Careers Committee seeks to promote a good work life balance for all doctors and specifically to support flexible training and less than full time training.