21 Nov 2016
Experts at the Royal College of Surgeons have used 3D printing and advanced modelling techniques to create a realistic model of a toddler’s skull and brain, heralding a breakthrough in the training of neurosurgeons.
17 Nov 2016
Pearson, the world's learning company has announced a new partnership with the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) to explore the use of immersive technology to help train and support a new generation of surgeons.
15 Nov 2016
Royal College of Surgeons statement on David Sellu's overturned conviction.
14 Nov 2016
“Sustainability and transformation plans are the only game in town for looking at how we sustain and transform the NHS. Doing nothing is not an option."
09 Nov 2016
"We should be ashamed of the state of our children’s oral health. New figures published today show tooth extraction, which is most commonly needed due to tooth decay, still remains the number one procedure carried out on 5-9 year olds in hospital, with nearly 25,000 tooth extractions in 2015/16"
28 Oct 2016
The sticky sweets handed out to trick-or-treaters this weekend could be “Halloween horror” for kids’ teeth unless parents act sensibly, the Dean of the Faculty of Dental Surgery has said. Professor Nigel Hunt has come up with a list of 5 helpful hints to help protect children’s teeth from the sugary treats that can cause decay on the spookiest day of the year and all year long.
27 Oct 2016
The Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) has warned that NHS trusts risk facing a dramatic increase in the number of litigation pay-outs made if they do not make changes to the processes they use to gain consent from patients before surgery.
23 Oct 2016
Medical leaders' letter warns that NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are openly targeting obese patients and smokers delaying or denying treatment in an attempt to save money.
19 Oct 2016
The Royal College of Surgeons has backed calls from an MP, and his constituents, for a change in the law to protect patients undergoing cosmetic surgery.
15 Oct 2016
The Royal College of Surgeons has today urged patients who are planning to have breast implants to agree to their details being included on an opt-in national register, so that they can be contacted if there are any safety concerns about a specific implant.