Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh is an independent, charitable professional organisation committed to advancing surgical excellence through education, examinations and CPD, with a focus on patient care and patient outcomes. The College has seven active Faculties, covering the broad spectrum of surgical and other medical practice, its main campus is located on Nicolson Street, within the William Henry Playfair designed Surgeons' Hall and adjoining buildings. The main campus includes a dedicated skills laboratory, the award-winning Surgeons' Hall Museums, a medical and surgical library and the 4-star Ten Hill Place Hotel. A second office was opened in Birmingham in 2014 and an international office opened in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 2018, it is one of the oldest surgical corporations in the world and traces its origins to 1505 when the Barber Surgeons of Edinburgh were formally incorporated as a craft guild of Edinburgh. The College is a global network with some 26,000 members worldwide.

40% of members are based outside of the UK, living and working in more than 100 countries around the world. The majority of the College's UK members are based in England with others across Wales and Northern Ireland. Membership covers individuals at all stages of their careers, including students, trainees and those who have retired from practice; the College's vision is'To achieve the best possible outcomes for patients worldwide'. Its stated mission is,'The pursuit of excellence and advancement in surgical and dental practice through leadership and standard setting in education and continuing professional development; the College has seven active Faculties: The Faculty of Surgical Trainers The Faculty of Surgical Trainers is open to all those with an active interest or involvement in surgical training in the UK and internationally. Its purpose is to develop surgeons in their roles as surgical trainers, it works to increase the profile and recognition of surgical education and training and to disseminate the message that excellent surgical training means excellent and safer patient care.

It champions and promotes training in non-technical skills, as well as traditional technical skills, to further enhance patient safety and provide a framework for the training and education of surgical trainers. The Faculty of Perioperative Care The College established the Faculty of Perioperative Care in recognition of the evolving and important role that surgical care practitioners and surgical first assistants play as part of the wider surgical team in delivering safe surgical care to patients; the Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care The Faculty is open to a broad range of practitioners, including first-aiders, doctors, first responders, voluntary aid workers and remote medics including multi agency teams such as police and armed forces. The Faculty's aim is to set and maintain clinical standards for all practitioners in this evolving specialty; the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine The College houses the intercollegiate Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine and administers examinations on its behalf.

FSEM works to promote the medical specialty of sport and exercise medicine. The Faculty of Remote and Rural Healthcare This aim of this new Faculty, is to work with partners to champion equitable, economically-viable access to integrated healthcare that improves the health and medical outcomes of people living and working in remote and rural areas; the Faculty of Dental Trainers The Faculty of Dental Trainers, launched in September 2016 is inclusive of all members of the dental team. FDT promotes the role of trainers in dentistry, recognises achievement and excellence and, by the upholding of its Standards, enhances the quality of patient care. FDT reports to the Council of RCSEd's Faculty of Dental Surgery; the Faculty of Dental Surgery The Faculty of Dental Surgery, established in 1982, is the largest of the College's faculties, with over 6,000 Fellows and Members worldwide and its own Council. The FDS portfolio includes a wide range of courses held worldwide. Main exams throughout the year include the MFDS, a range of specialty membership exams in endodontics, periodontology and advanced dental surgery, MAGDS plus a range of exams for dental care practitioners.

The Faculty works with its sister Colleges in London and Glasgow in delivering the Tri-Collegiate Specialty Membership Examinations in Oral Surgery, Paediatric Dentistry and Special Care Dentistry. In 1505, the Barber Surgeons of Edinburgh were formally incorporated as a Craft Guild of the city and this recognition is embodied in the Seal of Cause, granted to the Barber Surgeons by the Town Council of Edinburgh on 1 July 1505; the Seal of Cause conferred various privileges and imposed certain crucially important duties, the most important of these that all apprentices should be literate, that every master should have full knowledge of anatomy and surgical procedures and that this knowledge should be tested at the end of apprenticeship, all clauses still relevant to surgical practice and the College today. In 1647 the Incorporation acquired a permanent meeting place for the first time in rented rooms of a tenement in Dickson's Close. At the end of the century however, work on what is now known as'Old Surgeons' Hall', in High School Yards, was started and by 1697 was completed and occupied.

The University of Edinburgh Medical School and The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh were responsible for the rapid development in Edinburgh of systematic medical teaching on a sound scientific basis. Surgery however was perceived by many as still being a manual cra

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