Current Awareness Service
The Current Awareness Service (CAS) was developed based on RCS Members’ feedback. Email updates of the latest evidence in a particular surgical field were compiled by the CAS team in the RCS Library with the help of clinical advisors from each of the specialties. Selected article citations, guidelines and news items were sorted by topic within a given specialty, which allowed highly specialised consultants to focus on their chosen subspecialty. Most citations featured a helpful brief summary and link directly to the full text of the article, where covered by the College’s numerous subscriptions to e-journals.
The Current Awareness Service will return in early summer 2017. We’ve been reviewing the Service to ensure that we provide the best product to meet your needs. We’ve been listening to your ideas and will be relaunching the Service based on your feedback.
As part of the review, we have been planning to roll-out the Service to all ten surgical specialties, to ensure all Members and Fellows have access to this membership benefit.
More information about the relaunch of the Service will be announced here shortly.
To ensure you receive the right Current Awareness Updates for your specialty, please follow these brief instructions to update your RCS account preferences.
If you would like further information about the Current Awareness Service, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Cardiothoracic (March 2012 - July 2016)
- Urology (August 2012 - August 2016)
- Vascular (February 2013 - August 2016)
- Plastic and Reconstructive (May 2013 - August 2016)
- Trauma and Orthopaedic (September 2013 - July 2016)
- Patient Safety (October 2013 - August 2016)
- Paediatric Surgery (February 2015 - August 2016)
- Emergency General Surgery (April 2015 - June 2016)
- Colorectal Surgery (May 2015 - July 2016)
Please note that these pages are accessible to RCS members only and you will need to use your RCS login. Please see our help pages for more details.
URLs used in the bulletins were correct at the time of distribution but cannot be guaranteed indefinitely.