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Could you be AoRMC’s Genomics Clinical Education Lead?

In October 2018 NHS England started work to create the NHS Genomic Medicine Service (GMS), including a National Genomic Test Directory and the establishment of a national network of seven Genomic Laboratory Hubs (GLHs) across England. Each GLH network closely with the Genomic Medicine Centres in their geographical area.

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The Season of Good Wellbeing starts tomorrow!

The Season of Good Wellbeing starts tomorrow!
Starting tomorrow (1 December) we'll be starting our new campaign - "A Season of Good Wellbeing".

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Our College is 420 years old today!

Our College is 420 years old today!
On 29th November 1599, surgeon Peter Lowe and a small group of surgeons, physicians and apothecaries were granted a charter by King James VI of Scotland.

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President's address to our Admissions Ceremony - 22nd November 2019

President's address to our Admissions Ceremony - 22nd November 2019
We held our final Admissions Ceremony for new Members and Fellows at Bute Hall in the University of Glasgow on Friday 22nd November. College President Professor Jackie Taylor led the celebration – here’s the text of her full address to our new Fellows and Members.

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Royal College awards Honorary Fellowships

Royal College awards Honorary Fellowships
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow have conferred two new Honorary Fellowships at our Admission Ceremony in Glasgow last week.

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Royal College calls for long-term action on NHS pensions to avert retirement crisis

Royal College calls for long-term action on NHS pensions to avert retirement crisis
Professor Jackie Taylor, the President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow has called for a long-term solution to be found to retain experienced NHS consultants in the health service. The call follows separate announcements this week by the UK and Scottish Governments of short-term measures designed to encourage consultants to maintain or increase their working hours over the busy winter period.

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Glasgow’s Royal College sets out its policy priorities for the next UK government

Glasgow’s Royal College sets out its policy priorities for the next UK government
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow has set out its policy priorities for the next UK government in a new document published today. The document is published as the NHS takes centre stage in the general election campaign.

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