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RCSEd Saddened by the Passing of Queen Elizabeth II.

9 September 2022

RCSEd Saddened by the Passing of Queen Elizabeth II.  Professor Michael Griffin OBE, President of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, said: "We are deeply saddened by the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, who served our country and the Commonwealth with complete dedication throughout her lifetime. We look back on her remarkable reign w…

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RCSEd King James IV Professorship Lectures

7 September 2022

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh are running the King James IV Professorship Lectures on 21-22 September 2022. Please note this is NOT an online event. The lectures will be held in person at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. The King James IV Professorship is awarded annually in open competition to practitioners of surgery or d…

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Our Autumn Events Are Here!

2 September 2022

We're back with our new events programme. We're very excited to announce that Lindsey Fitzharris will be joining us in October to discuss her new book "The Facemaker". We are also delighted to be hosting our latest book club with Paul Craddock, author of "Spare Parts".  We have a range of workshops coming up including biomechanics workshop with E…

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New temporary exhibition opening

11 July 2022

We are delighted to announce our new temporary exhibition "Beyond Skin and Muscle: the art and science of medical illustration" will open tomorrow!!The ability to visualise and illustrate disease and injury is a useful teaching aid that also allows us to see beyond the clinical damage and empathise with how it has affected an individual. In this ex…

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2022 Summer Events!

20 June 2022

Our 2022 summer events programme is here! We're back with our latest events programme. Over the next few months we will be hosting a bone handling workshop, kids drop in sessions and moving music and human anatomy.  We have also re-programmed our forensic art and facial reconstruction workshop which was originally planned to go ahead in 2020! The…

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