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Royal College awards President’s Medal to David Nott and Deborah Monk

Royal College awards President’s Medal to David Nott and Deborah Monk

The prestigious President’s Medal from the College honours an individual(s) for outstanding work in the community either locally, nationally or internationally.

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College President sends message of support to all colleagues in India

College President sends message of support to all colleagues in India

On behalf of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, President, Professor Jackie Taylor has sent a message of support to all colleagues in India and their families around the world.

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Royal College confers three new Honorary Fellowships

Royal College confers three new Honorary Fellowships

Three new Honorary Fellowships were conferred by the College at our second Virtual Diploma Ceremony on 15 April. The prestigious awards were made to senior clinicians from across the world, who have made huge contributions to healthcare.

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Guest blog: Urgent appeal to help Malawi gain vital medical equipment to assist fight against COVID

Guest blog: Urgent appeal to help Malawi gain vital medical equipment to assist fight against COVID

As Malawi is hit by a second, more lethal wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, an urgent appeal is underway by the Scotland-Malawi Partnership to provide urgent medical equipment to the southern African country.

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Reframed: Conversations about heritage and inclusion

Reframed: Conversations about heritage and inclusion

This year the Heritage team launches a new monthly series of events titled ‘Reframed – Conversations about Heritage and Inclusion’. The aim of these events is to reveal our heritage collections in new ways – reframing our heritage to address issues of equality, diversity and inclusion.

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College President Jackie Taylor’s update: Faith, hope and kindness

College President Jackie Taylor’s update: Faith, hope and kindness

For many of us working in healthcare in the UK over the past couple of months, it’s sometimes been difficult to see much beyond the end of the day. The sharp increase in the number of hospitalised patients with COVID-19 has been relentless: our health service and teams have been stretched to the limit and at times beyond that.

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Statement on Myanmar

Statement on Myanmar

College President, Professor Jackie Taylor has expressed deep concern for our Fellows and Members in Myanmar and their friends and relatives around the world. We are hopeful for a peaceful settlement and welcome the assurance from the United Nations that it will do all it can to unite the country.

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COVID-19: Ongoing delivery of our conferences and teaching courses

COVID-19: Ongoing delivery of our conferences and teaching courses

Throughout this pandemic, our College has sought to provide certainty and clarity with regards to our delivery of education activity. Our conferences and teaching courses will continue to remain online for the foreseeable future; procedural courses which cannot be delivered online and are important for progression through training will continue to run in a COVID-secure way.

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Podiatry student receives the Professor Baird Award as best overall student

Podiatry student receives the Professor Baird Award as best overall student

An award named after Professor Stuart Baird, the past Dean of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow Faculty of Podiatric Medicine, has been awarded to student Fay Wallace. The Professor Baird Award has been running since 2017 and is in recognition of the best overall podiatry student at Glasgow Caledonian University. On […]

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