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Call for Contributions

Call for contributions - surgical robotWe are currently seeking input, evidence and contributions from experts, researchers, innovators and future gazers from around the world. If your work is relevant to the scope of our inquiry, we would very much like to hear from you.

We need your contribution to understand the changes that may take place in surgery in the next 20 years and to help us and other health system leaders to prepare for the challenges and opportunities presented by likely innovations and discoveries.

If you would like to get in touch with us to discuss this further, please contact Barbara Pitruzzella by email at bpitruzzella@rcseng.ac.uk or by calling 020 7869 6049.

Written submissions

Our call for written contributions is now open. The deadline for submissions will be midnight on 18 February 2018.

Submissions should ideally not be longer than 3,000 words and should be tailored to the issues relevant to the Commission.

We also welcome evidence such as peer-reviewed studies, research, articles, reports, statistics, etc. that were not drafted especially for this inquiry, but are relevant to the scope of the Commission’s work.

Please read the guidelines and scope of our call for evidence before submitting.

If you have any questions about submitting your evidence please contact Barbara Pitruzzella by email at bpitruzzella@rcseng.ac.uk or by calling 020 7869 6049. 

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