The College collaborates with COSECSA on surgical examinations in Malawi.
Join our Breakfast Seminar in Glasgow on Tuesday 16th January, where we will discuss the College’s response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on its Diet and Obesity Strategy.
Professor David Galloway, the President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow has announced the results of the election for college office bearers.
Dr Arrianne Laws, Chair of our Trainee Committee, gives an update on the latest trainee news.
The College has partnered with Westminster’s All Party Global Health group.
The Annual General Meeting of the College is on 1 December.
President, Professor Galloway, responds to the Audit Scotland report published today.
Obesity is the biggest preventable cause of cancer after smoking. Scotland has the worst obesity rates in the UK. Two-thirds of adults and over one-quarter of children are overweight or obese. Excess weight costs NHS Scotland an estimated £600 million a year, with wider societal and economic costs of up to £4.6 billion
College reiterates calls to combat antibiotic resistance.
The College has signed a joint statement on the health effects e-cigarettes.
Health leaders gather in Glasgow to discuss Global Citizenship.
New UK-wide project seeking to help people living with and beyond cancer.
The College will open its doors to the public on Saturday 16 September 2017.
It is with sadness we learned today of the passing of Honorary Fellow Professor Sir David Todd.
We are pleased to announce the development of a formal pathway allowing International Diploma in Expedition and Wilderness Medicine students to complete to Masters level.
We are pleased to announce that the Part 2 written examination will move to a single day format from the beginning of 2018. The new examination will consist of two, three hour papers each with 100 questions.
A joint letter has been published urging for more support to be given to doctors looking to undertake national work for the wider benefit of the public and health services.
The AoMRC welcomes the Government's plans for the regulation of medicines.
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow welcomes the National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death report, Inspiring Changes which has reviewed the provision and management of patients undergoing Non Invasive Ventilation (NIV) mainly for the management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). It is very supportive of the recommendations of the report in an important area of Medical Practice.
The latest edition of College News is now available.