Could you be a College Tutor or Regional Advisor?

The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow is seeking to expand our network of College Tutors and Regional Advisors to help promote the unique values of our College, explaining who we are, what we stand for and what we do to a new generation of clinicians across Scotland.

Could you be a College Tutor or Regional Advisor?

As a Fellow or Member of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, you are already part of a growing community of over 14,000 healthcare professionals, who are passionate about patient care, and are leading and influencing the future of our profession.

The College is now seeking to expand our network of College Tutors and Regional Advisors to help promote the unique values of our College, explaining who we are, what we stand for and what we do to a new generation of clinicians across Scotland.

Becoming a College Tutor or Regional Advisor is an excellent opportunity to:

  • Be part of a network the College regards as vital to its purpose – that of inspiring and nurturing our members to deliver the highest possible standards of care for their patients.
  • Network with like-minded colleagues across the College’s five faculties, including an annual CPD accredited workshop
  • Enhance your CV

We are looking for Fellows and Members of the College in good standing. They will have a proven commitment to education, training and/or examinations and be able to demonstrate initiative, enthusiasm and professional expertise towards this important representative role.

You can view full details of the vacancies, including how to apply, here

For more information, or an informal discussion on these roles, please contact membernetworks@rcpsg.ac.uk


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