The Bulletin of the Royal College of Surgeons is published bi-monthly, in January, March, May, July, September and November.
This issue challenges the myth of the dispassionate, emotionless surgeon, and asks whether there is a problem with sexual harassment in surgery.
Operating with feeling: Emotions in contemporary surgery
A new research project explores how the recent spate of medical memoirs has shattered the myth of the emotionally detached surgeon.
Editor-in-Chief: Neil Mortensen
Editor: David Sanders
Associate Editor: Matthew Whitaker
Political Editor: Patrick Leahy
Technology Editor: Greg McConaghie
Trainees' Forum Editor: Ken Keogh
Production Manager: Kim Lewry
Contributing Editor: Jyoti Shah
Production Editor: Vivienne Button
Online ISSN: 1478-7075
Frequency: Published every other month.
Readership: Consultant surgeons and trainees in all surgical specialties.
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