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The Royal College of Surgeons of England

NHSBT amber alert and the use of tranexamic acid

Read the intercollegiate implementation group's guidance on the use of tranexamic acid in surgery following the current amber alert.

Guidance and webinar

Guidance for use of TXA in surgery

Clare Marx

With great sadness, we share the news that former Royal College of Surgeons of England President, Dame Clare Marx CBE, DL, MBBS, PRCS, has died.

News in full

Our former President has passed away

Sustainability in Surgery

We made a climate emergency declaration, together with the other UK surgical royal colleges. Read the new Intercollegiate Green Theatre Checklist and the supporting compendium of evidence.

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Reducing environmental impact of operating theatres


Discover our events calendar in 2022

We have an exciting calendar full of activities, from our upcoming conferences to our webinars programme.

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We want you to help change the face of surgery. You can contribute to our research, publications, faculty, networks, fundraising and more.

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The Bulletin

September 2022

In this issue, we look at the research conduct spectrum and how the pressure to publish has a negative effect on ethical practices within surgical research. We also introduce our new column, Culture Matters.

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Whatever stage of your surgical career you’re at, RCS membership will provide you with the knowledge, skills and development and support you need.



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The RCS is a charity and relies on your support to fund research, training and conserving our heritage collections - all in the aim of advancing surgical care.

Illustration of skeleton in pastoral scene with rhino


Conserve our collections

Illustration of a skeleton and rhino from:

Tabulae sceleti et musculorum corporis humani

by Albinus 1747