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1 Hollistons Adithya Ashokkumar set to play tennis, study medicine at Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
2 Royal College of Surgeons student mentioned in EU Commission address
3 Surgeons forced to 'play God' in coronavirus pandemic by choosing who they operate on
4 The Doctors Who Cut Out Your Appendix to Fix Your Head
5 Dentists warn poorer patients in Scotland will lose their teeth under Covid-19 restrictions
6 Coronavirus: 'Thousands will suffer'
7 Dentists' leaders warn of 'private only' system | HeraldScotland
8 Tributes paid to dedicated South Tyneside surgeon Eliot Dayan
9 Letters: The Government is in thrall to risk-averse public-health doctors
10 Covid-19: What do scientists think of the PM's plan?
11 Nina Wedderburn obituary
12 Long read: A lot done, more to do!
13 Experts warn of second Covid wave
14 Cleveland Clinic Appoints Conor Delaney, M.D., Ph.D., as CEO and President of Cleveland Clinic Florida Region
15 Coronavirus in Ireland: Symptoms could last for years
16 Tooth decay remains most common reason for hospital admission in five to nine year olds
17 August: Hip implant choice | News and features
18 ‘The mood of the country is depressed’ former director of Dublin Midlands Hospital Group says there is a need for ‘debate’ on restrictions
19 'Catastrophic': Unexplained deaths at home in UK nearly nine times more than those from coronavirus
20 Staff working hard to restore services as new figures show patients waiting too long for treatment at Scarborough Hospital
21 Aesculap Academy in Indonesia Has Trained More Than 15,000 Healthcare Professional
22 Just 1,800 out of 110,000 occupied hospital beds are currently taken up by Covid-19 patients
23 Queen's former surgeon wins six-figure pay out from NHS Grampian following unfair dismissal case
24 Warning that Covid-19 can impact people 'for years'
25 NHS faces a 'triple whammy' this winter, report warns
26 COVID-19 and changes to postgraduate medical education in Canada
27 Engineering's loss was Medicine's gain
28 Surgical Lasers Market To Find Better Growth with US$ 2 Billion By 2026 | CAGR: 5.4%: Coherent Marke
29 Coronavirus: BAME health workers should be 'removed from danger', says Royal College of Surgeons
30 New group formed to supply evidence to support NPHET's Covid-19 restrictions
31 Locate Bio acquires orthobiologics assets from RCSI
32 Digital Surgery's Touch Surgery Platform Receives the First-of-its-kind Centre Accreditation to Award CPD Points by the Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCS)
33 Can you paint your migraine?
34 Covid-19: Third of surgeons do not have adequate PPE, royal college warns
35 Irish researchers are developing rapid saliva tests for Covid-19
36 Wates and Royal College of Surgeons Celebrate Construction Milestone On Cutting-Edge Redevelopment
37 One in three UK surgeons lacks enough protective kit, survey finds
38 Dublin ‘could go to Level 4 or Level 5’ if cases continue to rise
39 Prof Dermot Hourihane obituary: Teacher and mentor who loved to sing
40 Chief of Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh ousted in vote of no confidence
41 Royal College of Surgeons becomes State’s ninth university
42 'Mountain' waiting list will need five-year plan, says royal college
43 ‘Twindemic’ may be averted as Covid measures dampen flu threat
44 Coronavirus – Ireland may need SEVEN-year plan to deal will Covid-19 crisis, leading expert Sam McConkey w
45 A "cracked" urban tale from Dublin's Royal College of Surgeons
46 College of Surgeons faces legal challenge to Na Fianna GAA contract
47 Delays for non-urgent hospital treatment in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole
48 Professor from Royal College of Surgeons calls for Emergency Cabinet to deal with Covid-19
49 Unexplained excess deaths at home almost nine times higher than those from Covid
50 Coronavirus could affect NHS operations until 2025, expert warns
51 More than half of students offered first preference course
52 Coronavirus: Test NHS staff twice a week to restore patients’ trust, says top surgeon
53 NHS hospitals 'like the Mary Celeste', with surgeons at 50pc capacity despite record waiting times
54 Irish healthcare company MEG Support Tools raises €535,000
55 Coronavirus: Two Deaths, 234 New Cases
56 Surgeons warn thousands will die if Britain comes out of lockdown
57 Bench remembers Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh war dead
58 NHS to designate Covid-free hospitals to continue routine appointments during second wave
59 Ireland pollution warning: Anger at rising deaths from coal
60 Donegal in danger of moving to level three restrictions
61 Belfast hospitals down almost 200 staff who are "quarantining because of Coronavirus"
62 Iain MacLaren: surgeon, examiner, and vice president of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
63 Trainee‐led collaboratives, clinical trials and new opportunities in the COVID‐19 era
64 Surgeons face 'impossibly difficult question' over cancer operations
65 Hampshire Hospitals' patient backlog at highest level since start of the pandemic
66 Preparing for the year ahead at UCL Eastman
67 'Patients at risk' if NHS and private sector standards not harmonised – Royal College of Surgeons president
68 Thinking of the future – the Faculty of Dental Surgery and responding to COVID-19
69 Donegal Covid-19 14-day incidence rate per 100k rockets to 148.2 as Dublin hits 144.5 and national rate at
70 NI health system 'at point of collapse' say surgeons
71 Lack of access to rapid coronavirus tests leaves surgeons unable to operate
72 Dentists prepare for Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland qualifications
73 Royal College of Surgeons Becomes A University
74 Can the Canberra Liberals' hospital expansion plan really fix the ACT's chronic healthcare woes?
75 Mary Fetherston-Dilke, naval nurse who served in Egypt and Palestine – obituary
76 Why are surgeons playing identity politics?
77 We need a “single repository” of data, bringing together information on surgeons' work across all sectors
78 Coronavirus in Ireland – Dublin’s New Year’s Eve celebrations axed as country prepares for Covid-hit Chris
79 Honouring Kingdom's best
80 How should surgeons obtain consent during the covid-19 pandemic?
81 Francesca Rudkin: Political parties lacking policy on fixing our healthcare system
82 Surgeons told 'not to risk health' by working without PPE
83 Retrained nurses will perform surgery to reduce waiting lists
84 Covid-19: RCSI transfers operation of Dundalk nursing home back to provider
85 Surgeons warn of 'gaping hole' in dealing with growing backlog of operations after pandemic
86 Patients must understand options, says Royal College of Surgeons
87 College of Surgeons challenged over awarding of sports ground contract
88 New President honoured to lead RCSI during crisis
89 Coronavirus in Scotland: Cancer fear as referrals fall by 22% in pandemic
90 Covid-19: Medical leaders call for urgent action to make hospitals safe
91 Covid-19: Surgeons embrace virtual consultations to meet patients' needs during pandemic
92 Ten Hill Place receives 'Presidential seal of approval'
93 Ronan Leonard TU Dublin researchers to develop saliva-based COVID-19 test with test results available in
94 Will healthcare prove a popular choice?
95 How to become a neurosurgeon
96 Leading surgeon calls for 'Covid-free hubs' for life-saving cancer operations
97 Nurses to carry out surgery under NHS plans to slash waiting times
98 National registry will record patient outcomes from devices implanted during vascular surgery
99 COVID-19: Call for a rapid forward looking review of the UK's preparedness for a second wave
100 Coronavirus – Four countries on Irish Green List – but three require quarantine on arrival and one doesn’t hav