05 Mar 2015
The General Medical Council (GMC) has today published a report which highlights circumstances where doctors in training believe bullying and undermining is more likely to occur. The report focused on the specialties of obstetrics and gynaecology and surgery.
24 Feb 2015
Today Professor Nigel Hunt, Dean of the Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons, will appear in front of the Health Select Committee to give evidence on the state of children’s oral health in England.
30 Jan 2015
"Plans to alter medical training are necessary to meet the changing needs of patients as the population ages. Training needs to give doctors the competencies and experience they need to deliver high quality care and should not be determined solely by time served."
23 Jan 2015
Patients having cosmetic surgery should be able to make informed decisions about their treatment, including being able to check if their surgeon is listed on an approved register.
18 Jan 2015
“As a College, we recognise that the health service in Wales faces significant pressures in common with the rest of the UK. One of our roles is to drive up standards of surgical care across the UK and to help investigate issues of concern."
15 Jan 2015
"We are pleased to see from today’s announcement that the Labour party have recognised the urgent need to address the state of children’s oral health in England"
13 Jan 2015
“It is unacceptable that so many children are being hospitalised from tooth decay when the disease is preventable."
30 Dec 2014
"I am delighted that Professor Norman Williams’ hard work and dedication towards advancing the safety and care of surgical patients, improving surgical research and the standards of the profession has been recognised by this year’s New Year's Honours list."
15 Dec 2014
“Inclusion of measures of dental decay in the outcomes framework is a long overdue step in recognising the value of good oral health in the population."
11 Dec 2014
"We are pleased that commissioners have listened to the arguments which surgeons and others have made about ensuring access to scheduled surgery. We were concerned that conditions imposing restrictions to surgical services were being set up solely as a way to manage financial pressures."