About this section

The Surgery Section’s purpose is to provide a forum for the discussion and advancement of the art, science and practice of general surgery with some emphasis on the branches and sub-specialties that relate to this to all healthcare professionals and their students. The Section’s regular meetings provide a platform for participants to keep up to date through the exchange of ideas and in turn, provide top-quality care to their patients.

Section Council members

Section meetings and conferences are usually organised by members of the Section Council, led by the Section President and often in collaboration with specialist societies.

Interested in joining the Section Council?

Section Councils play a pivotal role at the RSM and we are always looking for members who would like to get involved. If you would like to apply, please complete our application form and a Council representative will be in touch.

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Mr Joe Ellul
President
Miss Rachel Hargest
Honorary Treasurer

Upcoming surgery events and webinars

View all events and webinars being run by the Surgery Section.

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Working together to treat colorectal illness

Join this extraordinary meeting as we explore four conditions commonly managed by surgeons and physicians together. Three of the conditions will be based on a case which attendees will be able to part...
  • Location Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole St, Marylebone, London, W1G 0AE, United Kingdom
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Student prizes & awards

Surgery

There are currently no prizes or awards open for this section.

Trainee prizes & awards

Surgery

There are currently no prizes or awards open for this section.

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Fellow

For working doctors and consultants (FY1 to ST8), retired doctors, and those holding senior management positions in medicine or healthcare.

Fellow

Associate

For scientists and other professionals with a proven interest (or role) in the healthcare sector, but who do not hold a medical qualification.

Associate

Student

For those studying medicine, dentistry or another healthcare-related subject, who are on their way to becoming a qualified medical or healthcare professional.

Student