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Press Releases

  • Response to the Kingsfund culture and leadership survey

    21 May 2014 "It is important that when problems emerge clinicians and managers do not bury their heads in the sand and so become guilty of passive inaction. Early and effective action to address concerns before the quality of patient care deteriorates is crucial."
  • Comment on availability of bariatric services in Wales report

    21 May 2014 "The Royal College of Surgeons and the British Obesity and Metabolic Surgery Society welcome the report’s call for the Welsh Government to fully implement the All Wales Obesity Pathway."
  • Patients must reap the benefits of the latest surgical innovations warns new report

    14 Apr 2014 Failure to adopt new surgical techniques quickly into everyday clinical practice means NHS patients are missing out on ground-breaking new procedures, warns a new report from the Royal College of Surgeons.
  • First female President elected to the Royal College of Surgeons

    10 Apr 2014 The first female President has been elected to the Royal College of Surgeons in its 214-year history.
  • RCS Council Election 2014 result

    07 Apr 2014 The following list indicates the six successful candidates for election to Council at the ballot held on 6 April 2014.
  • Taskforce report on the impact of the European Working Time Directive

    03 Apr 2014 The implementation of the European Working Time Directive (EWTD) in the NHS has had an adverse impact on the training in certain medical specialities, including surgeons and doctors working in acute medicine, an independent taskforce reports today.
  • New commissioning guide for weight-loss programmes

    20 Mar 2014 The launch of a clinical commissioning guide on weight loss services (today Thursday, 20 March), developed following a NICE accredited process has been welcomed by experts across several disciplines.
  • Comment on joined up clinical pathways for obesity report

    14 Mar 2014 "Today’s report clarifies the responsibilities across all sections of the NHS for addressing the variations in access to weight assessment clinics across the country. This will enable patients struggling with obesity to access appropriate services including bariatric surgery."
  • Building a culture of candour

    06 Mar 2014 Healthcare organisations, including hospitals and GP practices, must usher in a new culture of candour so that patients and their families are told honestly about any harm that has been caused and what will be done to put it right, an independent review has concluded.
  • Response to Sir John Oldham's report on whole person care

    04 Mar 2014 "There is no doubt that the health service needs to adapt to keep pace with the changing health needs of an older population. We welcome Sir John Oldham’s review and the challenges he identifies of making all parts of the health and social care system work together for the patient."

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