Get involved with our activities
There are many ways that you can get involved with the important work that we do. From research to fundraising there are plenty of opportunities for you to help change the face of surgery.
Volunteer with us
Our faculty are at the heart of advancing surgical education. They teach courses and give feedback which is used to develop and update our education offering.
- Volunteer for careers events
There are opportunities to support a series of events that promote surgical careers. These can involve making presentations, teaching suturing to students or supporting our interview skills workshops, contact us for more information.
Contribute to our publications
We welcome contributions for our key journals, the Bulletin, Annals and FDJ. Contact us to find out more.
Join our networks and forums
Women in Surgery (WinS) is a national initiative dedicated to encouraging, enabling and inspiring women to fulfil their surgical career ambitions. We have more than 6,000 women in our network, and a Forum of elected members who work on key projects throughout the year. Find out how you can get involved with this work.
Collaborate with likeminded colleagues from both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds as part of our Expert Advisory Network. The network is designed for professionals from any discipline who have a special interest in technology, research, innovation or education, and represents a unique opportunity to help shape the RCS’s future learning agenda.
The Future Surgeons Forum was set up to improve the links between medical schools, Foundation Doctors and the RCS England at a student level. We’re currently recruiting Foundation Year Doctors (FY) to join the Future Surgeons Forum. Applications close at 4pm on 1 August 2021.
Fellowships, awards and grants
We offer a wide range of research fellowships, awards, grants and lectureships to support all career stages, from medical students through to consultants working in university departments and hospitals throughout the UK and abroad, enhancing our surgical research aims and ambitions.
Get involved locally
Become a surgical tutor or a regional representative and act as a local representative for members in your area. Becoming a surgical tutor includes supporting all aspects of surgical training and education within trusts, local health boards (LHBs) and hospitals. Find out more about RCS England Outreach.
Fundraise for us
We have a calendar of running events available, with something to suit every ability. So whether you're new to running, or a marathon regular, you can join in fundraising with us.
We are very grateful to all of our charitable donors and sponsors, without your continued support our work would not be possible.