11 Jan 2017
The Royal College of Surgeons has responded to comments made to the Public Accounts Committee by NHS England chief executive, Simon Stevens, about health and social care funding.
03 Jan 2017
Leading dentists are urging workers and their employers to cut cake culture in workplaces as part of their New Year’s resolutions.
22 Dec 2016
The Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) and Blond McIndoe Research Foundation (BMRF) have today announced plans to form a new partnership to continue the ground-breaking work of the Foundation in wound healing, repair and regeneration.
20 Dec 2016
Leading surgeons have urged government and the NHS to use Brexit to improve patient safety in the UK. The Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) says giving job security to NHS staff from the European Union (EU), testing the language skills and competence of non-UK healthcare staff, enforcing more rigorous standards for medical devices and drugs, and relaxing training time restrictions for surgeons should now be a priority.
16 Dec 2016
Mr Ian Eardley, a consultant urological surgeon and Vice President of the RCS, comments on the Nuffield Trust’s Winter Insight Briefing on bed pressures in the NHS.
01 Dec 2016
The General Medical Council has today published its annual survey of medical education and training in the UK. The survey shows that increasingly heavy workloads are eroding the time doctors have for training.
26 Nov 2016
The Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has announced it will ban most forms of elective surgery for smokers and obese patients for six and twelve months respectively, unless they lose 10% of their weight or have a BMI of under 30, or stop smoking for two months.
25 Nov 2016
The Royal College of Surgeons is pleased to support the launch of a major health accreditation initiative today, designed to improve patient care, provide consistency for clinicians and reduce the burden on healthcare regulators.
24 Nov 2016
New statistics show chronic shortage of beds, as increasing numbers of older patients stay in hospital
22 Nov 2016
From November 22nd, visitors to the Royal College of Surgeons’ Hunterian Museum will be able to explore the lives of patients who have received organ transplants, those on the waiting list, and live donors via a newly commissioned exhibition which innovatively merges sound, photography and video.