President of the Royal Society of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, Professor Jackie Taylor’s response to the BMA Scotland Consultants Report 2021
The President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, Professor Jackie Taylor has commented on the publication today (Friday 26 March 2021) of the British Medical Association Scotland (BMA) Report on consultant retention in the NHS 2021.
College Vice President reaches out to dental students
College Vice President (Dental) and Dean of the Faculty of Dental Surgery, Mr Andy Edwards has reached out to dental students in Scotland following the recent announcement they will be required to extend their training by up to an additional year.
President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, Professor Jackie Taylor has welcomed the Audit Scotland report NHS in Scotland 2020 published this week and called for action to ensure the health and wellbeing of the healthcare workforce is at the forefront of decision-making around the renewal and remobilisation programme.
Time to heal: College President Jackie Taylor’s update
“Recovery and then renewal”. These four words in the title of a recent King’s Fund report by Michael West and Suzie Bailey really hit home to me. It is a simple message that we all need hear. We cannot expect to deliver the best care for our patients, if we are at the limit of our own reserves.
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.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all our Fellows and Members in Myanmar today and for their friends and family around the world. This situation must be hugely difficult for everyone at a time when there are already many challenges in dealing with the Covid 19 pandemic. As events evolve over the coming days and […]
Statement on updated guidance from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation and national public health authorities
In light of the recently updated guidance from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) and national public health authorities on vaccination priority and increasing the interval between the first and second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, representatives of the UK Royal Surgical Colleges, the Federation of Surgical Specialty Associations, and Upper Airway Group have issued the following statement: