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Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Health and Social Care (2 June 2015)

Ann Clwyd: ...a piece headed “Plastic surgeons offer ‘buy one get one free’ deals on breast enlargements” and other jobs. The Royal College of Surgeons has issued a statement criticising the Government for not including greater regulation in the Queen’s speech. The RCS said: “We were disappointed that the Government chose not to introduce legislation to reform the...

Health and Social Care (Safety and Quality) Bill — Second Reading (6 February 2015)

Lord Ribeiro: .... On 11 March 2013, the noble Lord, Lord Patel, who is not in his place today, introduced a short debate on the Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust. In my contribution, I referred to the role of the Royal College of Surgeons in providing two reports commissioned by the Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust following an invited review of clinical services. The RCS was criticised by Sir Robert...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Reserve Forces: Injuries (29 January 2015)

Julian Brazier: ...Service person. This includes the optimum range of resettlement provision, regardless of how long they served and their reasons for becoming medically discharged. The Recovery Careers Services (RCS) is a charity led organisation specifically designed to provide an assisted resettlement route into employment for those medically discharged. The RCS works within the Career Transition...

Assisted Dying Bill [HL]: Second Reading (18 July 2014)

Lord Ribeiro: ...was a matter for individual fellows and members to decide”. However, in 2011, in its response to the Commission on Assisted Dying, which was chaired by the noble and learned Lord, Lord Falconer, the RCS made a very clear statement: “The law as it currently stands should not be changed and no system should be introduced to allow people to be assisted to die. The college does not...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Giro d’Italia 2014 (29 April 2014)

Arlene Foster: ...'s tenure as the first UK City of Culture and the highly successful ni2012 campaign the previous year. Preparations to ensure that our Big Start is one of the Giro's best ever are now well advanced.  The key stakeholders and partners in Northern Ireland are working closely with the race organisers, RCS Sport.  My Department, through the Tourist Board, has set up a number of...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions: Giro d'Italia (8 April 2014)

Arlene Foster: ...to that event, which is happening over a week in May. A lot of things are happening in May, not least, as I said, the Giro d'Italia.  We have been working hard with the team in Shadetree Sports and the organisers RCS to make sure that we get the greatest benefit out of the Giro d'Italia.  The working groups are working hard with local councils to try to make sure that they can...

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Research: Misconduct (22 January 2014)

David Willetts: ...engaged in research-including researchers themselves, support staff, managers and administrators-to abide by its principles and foster a supportive and open environment. While the Research Councils (RCs) do not have records for the past 30 years, RCs have identified recent non-medical cases as follows:   Cases identified AHRC 1— BBSRC 20 EPSRC 24 ESRC 20 ...

Written Answers — Home Department: Police: Cumbria (4 November 2013)

Damian Green: ...represent the amount of revenue funding provided by the Home Office to Cumbria. However, due to changes in police revenue funding over this time period which include a move away from Regional Crime Squads (RCS) and a change in the way pensions are funded, it is difficult to compare spending power between years. In addition, the police also receive central Government grant from other...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions: Giro d'Italia (15 October 2013)

Arlene Foster: ...Open.  It will, of course, have more of a role in this event because it will take place on our public roads and we need the cooperation of Roads Service. The suspension was of the CEO of the entire RCS Sport organisation, of which the Giro is only part.  When I heard the news on Thursday before the launch, I immediately made contact with RCS Sport and spoke to the interim...

Written Answers — Home Department: North Yorkshire Police (9 July 2013)

Damian Green: ...the amount of revenue funding provided by the Home Office to North Yorkshire. However, due to changes in police revenue funding over this time period which include a move away from Regional Crime Squads (RCS) and a change in the way pensions are funded, it is difficult to compare spending power between years. In addition, the police also receive central Government grant from other sources...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Giro d’Italia:  Armagh (3 June 2013)

Arlene Foster: The pre-race events and, indeed, the precise route of the Giro d'Italia will be set by its organisers.  RCS Sport is the organisation that is working with the Northern Ireland Tourist Board and Tourism Ireland, so it is very difficult to say at this precise moment where the pre-race events will be held.  I can tell you, however, that Northern Ireland will be a sea of pink during...

NHS: Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust — Question for Short Debate (11 March 2013)

Lord Ribeiro: ...a lack of leadership. In his evidence to the House of Commons Health Select Committee on the Francis report on 5 March last week, Sir Bruce Keogh made this observation: "I have been on the council of the RCS on two occasions and I have watched the leadership organisations of various tribes...and interest groups slowly feeling that they have been relegated to the position of commentators...

NHS Acute Medical and Surgical Services (Working Time Directive) (1 February 2011)

Charlotte Leslie: ...and the cost of surgical NHS locums has also doubled. This cannot be allowed to continue. No one is advocating a situation in which junior doctors work too long to be able to perform their job, and the RCS has mentioned a 65-hour working limit. However, under the current arrangements, doctors are more exhausted, there is less training and patient safety is being compromised. That was never...

Medical Profession (Responsible Officers) Regulations 2010: Motion to Approve (23 November 2010)

Baroness Thornton: .... It raised the issue of potential conflicts of interest to arise from the installation of responsible officers with simultaneous corporate board responsibilities-for example, medical directors. The RCS seems to think that such officers might be torn between trust obligations and the professional role of the responsible officer. I am sure that the Minister will be familiar with the...

Back to Work Initiative (Wales) (13 January 2010)

Chris Ruane: ...developed local butchers and fishmongers in Rhyl. Those two officers were ably helped by Jennie Walker and Suzanne Jeffrey. Two projects illustrate our success. The funding administered by the RCS comes from a variety of sources. The biggest source is the DWP through deprived area funding and specific grants made to the Rhyl city strategy. The Welsh Assembly Government have also stepped up...

Written Answers — Health: Doctors: Working Hours (2 December 2009)

Ann Keen: We are in monthly contact with the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS), the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges meetings, the National European Working Time Directive Reference Group and the Medical Education England Programme Board of which RCS is a member. There are also other meetings. The RCS recently published their college policy document.

Written Answers — Health: Doctors: Working Hours (2 December 2009)

Ann Keen: Before 1 August 2009 we had been in regular contact with Royal College of Surgeons (RCS), the Academy of Royal Colleges and the National European Working Time Directive (EWTD) Reference Group of which RCS is a member. There have also been meetings between RCS and the Departments National Clinical Advisor for EWTD and other officials.

Opposition Day — [7th Allotted Day]: European Working Time Directive (10 March 2009) has video See 2 other results from this debate

Alan Johnson: ...be granted the right to work a maximum week of 65 to 70 hours—a position that the hon. Member for South Cambridgeshire has said the Opposition disagree with. I met John Black, the president of the RCS, and his colleagues, a few weeks ago to explain that I could not accept their demands even if I agreed with them, which I do not. My reasons are threefold. First, even if a sector-wide...

Written Answers — Health: Surgery: Training (21 October 2008)

Ann Keen: The Department has received a small number of representations from the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) about the European Working Time Directive (EWTD) and the impact of SiMAP and Jaeger European Court of Justice Rulings in reducing the number of operations undertaken by trainee surgeons. This includes letters and discussion points at meetings. The Government highlighted the importance of...

Written Answers — Health: National Clinical Audit and Patients' Outcomes Programme (26 June 2008)

Ann Keen: ...) — — — BAHNO/NCASP National lung cancer audit (NLCA) — — — RCP/NCASP Oesophago-gastric (stomach) cancer — — AUGIS/NCASP — Mastectomy and breast reconstruction — — RCS/NCASP — Children National Neonatal Audit Programme (NNAP) — — — RCPCH ...

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