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THE HEALTH ECONOMICS OF ANKLE FRACTURE FIXATION
A BREED APART: USING PSYCHOLOGICAL PROFILING TO SELECT AND TAILOR THE TRAINING OF JUNIOR SURGEONS
THE SIGNIFICANT IMPACT OF ACUTE AIR AMBULANCE PATIENT TRANSFERS ON A TRAUMA UNIT
Fellows and members debate health bill at EGM
Jaw jaw, not war war
Your College across the UK
The NIHR: opportunities in applied research for surgeons at every stage of their career
NIHR calls for surgical research bids
TRENDS IN SURGICAL RESEARCH IN THEUK AND IRELAND: ARE WE DUMBING DOWN?
SURGERY, DENTAL SURGERY AND ALCOHOL: PUTTING PREVENTION AT THE HEART OF PATIENT CARE
Intermediate Thoracic Surgery
Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgical Skills Cadaver Dissection
COULD PERSONALISED SELF-INKING STAMPS IMPROVE IDENTIFICATION STANDARDS IN MEDICAL RECORDS?
RCS TO EXPAND SURGICAL RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE
Medical students, core surgical training and foundation-level courses
Specialty training courses
Multi-professional and professional development courses
RCS CONFERENCE EXPLORES SURGICAL OPPORTUNITIES OVERSEAS
A COMPARISON OF 18TH CENTURY AND CONTEMPORARY SURGICAL TRAINING
BANGLADESH HEALTH MINISTER VISITS COLLEGE
Editor's recommendations: New research papers exclusively online
The health economics of ankle fracture fixation
The significant impact of acute air ambulance patient transfers on a trauma unit
A breed apart: how psychological profiling could be used to select and tailor the training of junior surgeons
A range of surgical procedures, many of which represent ideal training cases, are carried out in independent sector treatment centres. The report in this month's forum suggests that ENT trainees are missing out on this rich training opportunity.
ENT training and the independent sector
COLLEGE ASSESSORS NEEDED
SAINTS and SINNER
‘LITTLE KEATS’ AND HIS CONGENITAL DISEASES
The Colledge Family Memorial Fellowship Fund
Deaths
Quiz: Listeriana
Mr Slop gets piste
ANATOMY of an Athlete